With the promulgation of the Royal Decree-Law 8/2019, the obligatory daily record of the working day was established, meaning that the company must include the specific start and end times of the working day of each working person, previously this record only had to be registered for part-time workers. For companies to adapt to this new regulation, two months to adapt were granted.
Some companies, especially the multinationals, already had entry/exit controls for their workers, such as biometrics, cards, and logs for accessing the facilities. However, for micro or small companies, being able to adapt to this regulation implies an increase in their cost structure that was not contemplated. In turn, non-compliance with the regulations could result in fines ranging from €626 to €6,250 for committing “serious infringement in labor relations”.
That is why Trabali was born, it’s an online platform where you can have the record of the workday of all your employees at an incredible price, without expensive machines, without installation costs and the best: access from wherever and whenever, you only need a connected device.
With just a click on our punch-in/out button, the worker’s entry and/or exit time will be registered and automatically saved in the cloud for the next 4 years, as established by the regulation, and at the end of the month they will have the reports of the hours worked by each member of the company. You will no longer have to worry about all the paperwork that always ends up getting lost or broken, or installing excessively expensive time control software.
Yes, it’s just that easy. You can also establish the different schedules that exist in your company, even if they have flexible working hours, with Trabali you will manage your company’s time better and easier. You can start using the platform with our 30 days free trail or request a demo.
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