Bodet is pleased to announce a new article providing information on Lockdown for public organisations and private companies
All organisations are responsible for the safety of their staff and visitors. Recent events mean that it is necessary to consider having a lockdown procedure in place should an incident occur which requires such a response.
New ECJ ruling means all EU companies must have an “objective, reliable and accessible” method to track time and attendance of workers
Following legal action taken by Spanish labour unions against the local subsidiary of the Deutsche Bank, the European Court of Justice has ruled that the EU working time directive requires all European employers to accurately record the hours worked by their staff.
Bodet will be discussing how our Synchronised Clock Systems improve accuracy and efficiency with healthcare estates professionals
The Healthcare Building Forum showcases the latest innovations, products and services across healthcare estates. It features seminars, networking opportunities and the chance to meet new suppliers and manufacturers to see how challenges in the industry are being met.
Bodet Is Pleased to Announce the Release of the Latest Version of Its Timebox Software
Timebox is Bodet's cost-effect Time & Attendance Solution for companies with less than 100 employees. Bodet continue their commitment to improving their solutions with the announcement of the V4.3 software release.
Latest CIPD Survey Results Show Lowest Ever Absence Levels, but Presenteeism and Leavism Rising Unchecked
The Health and Well-Being at Work 2019 Report from the CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development) shows that although traditional absenteeism is in decline, workforce issues still exist through less visible problems such as presenteeism and leavism, indicating a workforce still not reaching its potential.
2017 – 2018 State of Care Report Highlights Benefits of Harnessing Technology & Innovation to Improve Quality of Care
The State of Health Care and Adult Social Care in England 2017-18 Report from the Care Quality Commission examines trends and shares examples of good and outstanding care. One of the focuses is the use of innovation and technology.