The text of the new law does not specify whether the register should be face-to-face or digital (for instance, in the case of telework), nor does it establish how to tailor to jobs with flexible working hours, although it does oblige companies to preserve preexisting flexibility. It therefore leaves to company discretion the choice of the system that best documents the daily working hours actually performed by each worker.
Adapting to the new regulations requires an additional administrative effort for which the large majority of companies are neither prepared nor have the time to do before May 12th. Yet noncompliance carries economic consequences, with penalties ranging between €626 and €6,250, as highlighted above.
Auxadi provides a solution
Thanks to next, our Microsoft-based cloud platform, any company can start documenting their employees´ daily time records comfortably and from the first day of the law´s effect. It is completely adaptable to any ERP or development environment, and also allows access and management of all financial and business information. It can also prepare reports, which is of particular importance with this new law.