Time and Attendance: Modern Systems for Your Company

Optimal solutions for recording and managing working time

Save yourself time and effort and digitalise your time recording in accordance with the current requirements of the European Court of Justice! With innovative primion software and scalable systems for recording working time, you can simplify essential workflows in your company. No matter whether you have 10, 1,000 or 10,000 employees: The Primion solutions for time recording can be implemented in large companies as well as in medium-sized and small companies.

Whether in the home office, in the office or in the field: with prime WebTime software, working hours can be accurately recorded everywhere in a user-friendly manner. Holidays can be applied for and approved electronically and overtime and flexitime can be managed.

  • Digital Time Recording

    ECJ-compliant: automatically record and manage working hours in a legally compliant manner.

  • Mobile Time Recording

    Flexible functions for location-independent and user-friendly time recording.

  • New Working Models

    Promote modern working models, comply with legal requirements and maintain an overview.

  • Workforce Scheduling

    Assign employees according to demand and capacity based on the recorded data.

Electronic time recording from Primion guarantees accurate and fair accounting. Take advantage of the numerous interfaces to wage and salary programmes and, as an employer, reduce the workload of your personnel department. Benefit from the advantages of electronic time recording - simple and legally compliant. Do away with Excel spreadsheets, timesheets and, above all, unnecessary bureaucracy!

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At a glance: Time recording with Primion

  • Record and manage working hours electronically
  • Comply with ECJ requirements and working time protection laws
  • Overview of staff presence and absence on digital dashboard
  • Overview of days worked from home
  • Overview of remaining holidays
  • Employees record working hours regardless of location  
  • Increased employee satisfaction  
  • Simplified payroll accounting through interfaces

Recording of working time – mandatory for every company?

According to a ruling of the European Court of Justice (ECJ), employers within the EU must record and document the working hours of their employees. The German Federal Labour Court (BAG) has confirmed this obligation in a landmark ruling. Until now, companies in Germany have not been obliged to document the exact working hours of their employees. Exceptions are, for example, marginally employed workers or sectors such as catering and construction. In addition, overtime must be documented. There are still no precise specifications on how hours worked are to be recorded by law in the future.

One thing is certain: electronic systems for time and attendance facilitate the workflow! Primion supports employers in complying with current and future regulations regarding working time recording and the like!

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Meaningful success stories from companies and institutions

The Primion references with around 5,000 customers worldwide from various industries and more than 10,000 installations speak for themselves! Numerous renowned companies and institutions are already using the advantages of the innovative software for time and attendance – including the Who's Who of international corporations:

  • DB Schenker France
  • Telenor Group Norway
  • German Employment Agency
  • German Telekom
  • Fraport (Frankfurt Airport)
  • German Armed Forces  
  • British School of Brussels
  • University Hospital Hamburg
  • University of Graz
  • ...and many more

Simplify workflows and increase the satisfaction of your employees – use the advantages of Primion solutions!  

Electronic time recording systems from Primion support companies in complying with legal obligations and accompany employers on their way into the future of time and attendance.

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