New Product Brochures
Timeworks have launched our new individual product brochures for time & attendance and access control. Check out our product pages, to download the latest brochures and see what's new.
Timeworks would like to welcome Muckross park hotel, Marco beverage systems, Beacon medical group and BWG value centre Castlebar and Letterkenny to our ever growing list of satisfied clients.
Timeworks Release Kelio Version 14
Timeworks would like to announce the release of Kelio Version 14. This version will be made available to all clients in the coming weeks, so you can continue to benefit from the evolution of the Bodet software and its enhanced functionality. To find out more information please contact us for the upto date whats new document.
Timeworks would like to welcome MJ Quinn LTD, Declan Treanor Commercials LTD and Ardscoil na Trionoide to our ever growing list of satisfied customers.
Timeworks would like to welcome TCoag Ireland.Expanding the installation for time and attendance and employee self service from its European offices. We would also like to welcome the MIC project and Mulhuddart community centre.
Public servants 37-hour working week
Public servants face working at least 37 hours a week under proposals issued by the Labour Relations Commission this evening.
Management has also proposed a three-year increment freeze, extending the redeployment radius to 80km and restricting flexitime and shorter working patterns.
Unions say that nothing has been agreed, with difficult issues including premium payments, outsourcing, and pay cuts for higher grades still to be addressed.
Included in the proposals are extra unpaid hours to be applied across the public sector.
The LRC proposes a minimum working week of 37 hours and a maximum of 39 hours.