Time & Attendance
Enter electronic attendance records. Manage your team effectively.
Time & Attendance Recording of is an obligation of every employer to properly calculate remuneration. Thanks to Time Harmony, it is also an effective element of work management and planning. Data on current staffing, holidays and absences are available on-line.
Get rid of paper lists by offering employees flexible forms of registration
Increase employee self-control of working time
Get a quick overview of the attendance list & gain complete set of data about the current staffing of the team.
Plan work based on current staffing data
Manage leave requests efficiently and effectively
Send leave data via the interface to the HR and payroll system
Find answers to the most frequently asked questions related to
Time & Attendance registering:
According to Polish Labour Code, Article 149 § 1, every employer is obliged to keep records of the employee's working time for the purpose of proper determination of their remuneration and other work-related benefits.
The timesheet should include data on the number of hours worked along with the start and end time of the shift, as well as information on the number of overtime hours, hours worked at night or in the form of on-call duty.
The obligation to keep records of working time does not depend on the number of employees. Even if the employer employs only one employee, he or she must keep individual, personal records of working time.
According to Polish Labour Code there are certain groups of employees for whom simplified records are kept, in which hours are not recorded, but days of work and periods in which employees did not perform their duties (e.g. they were on vacation or sick leave). The three groups of employees are:
- employees covered by the task-based working time system
- employees managing the workplace on behalf of the employer
- workers receiving a lump sum for night or overtime work
The employer has a choice of two forms of keeping records of working time: paper or electronic. The choice of form applies to the entire documentation or its parts separated by type. Timesheets can be kept in electronic form, and the rest (e.g. applications and consents) in paper form.
According to the Polish Labour Code for the lack of complete documentation, the PIP (State Chamber of Labour) inspector has the right to impose a fine of PLN 1,000 to 30,000 on the employer.