Online attendance system

The application replaces traditional forms of employee attendance verification. It is an intuitive system designed to record working time. In the V-Desk system, this module is additionally equipped with alerts reminding of the need to complete the records to prevent downtime and blocking the work of HR and HR departments. All collected data and information is stored and accessible in a secure cloud.

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Employee time records are the responsibility of the employer. If it is run in the V-Desk system, your company is law compliant.

The V-Desk system stores all timekeeping information and makes it available to the authorised workers in a secure cloud.

In the V-Desk system, all documents are handled digitally with a single click.

Time recording in V-Desk and V-Desk GA

The Inventory module is available in both V-Desk implementation models. It can be configured in the dedicated version of the V-Desk system and can be selected from the ready-made V-Desk GA processes.

V-Desk easily integrates with any system

The advantage of the V-Desk system is that it can be integrated with virtually any IT system. There is no company on the market that does not already use some software. The whole magic is to integrate any software used in the company with V-Desk in such a way as to improve the business processes in the organisation.

Time sheets – FAQ

The keeping of time records is mandatory in order to correctly determine the employee’s salary and other work-related benefits. The employer shall incur a penalty for irregularities in the employee’s time records. Its amount is decided by the PIP inspector, depending on the degree of violation of the law.

PIP inspectors are tasked with monitoring whether employers are complying with applicable laws, including regulations on: employment conditions, wages, working hours and contracts.

Recording working time is an obligation of every employer, even those who employ only one employee. Pursuant to Article 149 §1 of the Labour Code (CCP), time records serve the purpose of correctly determining remuneration and other work-related benefits.

There is no such requirement.

An attendance list can be a supplement to time records. However, no regulations indicate that it must be kept in the company.