Bodet is proud to announce the release of Kelio V3, the latest evolution of its Time & Attendance Software
As part of our ongoing commitment to customer-driven improvement, Bodet are constantly working to enhance all aspects of our Time & Attendance Solutions. With that in mind, we have just released the latest version of our Time & Attendance Software, Kelio V3.
As the new school year begins, let us help you run your school on time and save money
As schools start to go back after the Summer holidays, many will be preparing buildings for the return of students. This is often an extremely time for facilities work and maintenance, but Bodet’s School Solutions will assist you by increasing safety, communication and learning time.
Major study commissioned by McDonald’s in partnership with YouGov shows over half of respondents don’t want traditional 9 to 5 working day
New research shows that the majority of UK workers want to work flexibly, and that it's a very effective benefit for both performance and retention. It also reveals that only 6% of those surveyed work the typical 9am to 5pm working hours.
Our latest Time & Attendance Solutions for the Care Sector will be on display at the upcoming Care Show 2018 in October
The Care Show returns this year, remaining the UK’s largest and busiest event focused on care homes and homecare. With over 3,400 members of the care community expected to attend, it provides the sector with innovation and ideas enabling exceptional care, and assists in the smooth running of every aspect of the care business.
Bodet will be at the Education Building Forum in October with our Lockdown Alert, Class Change, PA & Synchronised Clock Systems, improving safety, communication and efficiency in schools.
The Education Building Forum is an event for those involved with the design, build, management and supply of education facilities, enabling them to connect with key industry professionals. It features CPD-certified seminars, one-to-one business meetings, networking and an extensive social programme.
CIPD fears lack of sick leave may be result of workers feeling pressured by job security rather than experiencing better health
New figures from the ONS show that the number of absence days taken due to ill health in the UK has fallen to the lowest level ever recorded, but this might not be the good news it initially appears to be, according to the CIPD.
According to the TUC, one in twelve UK workers aren’t getting their full legal holiday entitlement
Analysis from the TUC (Trades Union Congress) reveals that one in twelve employees in the UK aren’t getting the full amount of time off they should be. This raises the risk of stress, along with poor mental and physical health.