Bodet will help you with your GDPR responsibilities relating to personal data within a Time & Attendance Solution
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is now in force for all European citizens, and has huge implications for the way that all organisations manage personal data. Since Time & Attendance Systems contain data pertaining to your employees (and sometimes visitors), it is critical that you consider these new regulations in their operation and maintenance, whether you have an existing system or are considering one.
Getting rid of paper timesheets will reduce administration and assist your employees
Paper timesheets and holiday request forms are still used in many companies today. Maybe some organisations think they just don’t have the time to consider a new system, or have used these legacy procedures for so long, they haven’t even considered changing. Either way, there has never been a better time to switch to using a Time & Attendance System to calculate working hours and annual leave.
As Bodet celebrates its 150th Birthday this year, we speak to Sylvain Bodet to discover the secret to its success with Time Management Systems
This year marks the 150th Anniversary of the founding of Bodet. What began in 1868 as a company in Cholet, France making clock tower bells has now expanded into a thriving International business providing a range of time solutions including Time & Attendance, Lockdown Alert, Class Change and Synchronised Clocks.
Feedback from teachers suggests that secondary school pupils cannot read analogue clocks, leading to many schools now using digital clocks
Teachers have highlighted that a large proportion of students in GCSE and A-Level examinations are unable to read the time from analogue clocks, having become so familiar with reading it in a digital format.
With the modern workplace evolving at an ever-increasing rate, remote working need not spell the end of time management, merely the beginning
As the job market shifts, it’s becoming increasingly important for employers to offer flexible working as a perk both in terms of retaining existing staff, and attracting skilled new employees. This is without considering industries where many employees, such as sales and support staff, are already working remotely every day.
Bodet is proud to announce the release of our Industrial Emergency Alert System
Using our existing Harmonys Sounder range, Bodet's Industrial Emergency Alert System is specially designed to provide clear and concise communication via a range of distinct emergency alerts across your factory.
New scientific study suggests letting 'night owl' workers offset their working day prevents them from dying early
A joint study by the University of Surrey and Northwestern University in Chicago has discovered that 'night owls' have a greater risk of dying sooner due to working inflexible traditional working hours than 'early birds'.
Bodet will be exhibiting its Synchronised Clock Systems for Healthcare at the HEFMA Leadership Forum 2018
The HEFMA (Health Estates and Facilities Management Association) Leadership Forum is a chance for estates and facilities professionals to learn more about the industry’s latest services and product innovations, as well as offering networking and development opportunities.