Working Time Directive

How to deal with Working Time Directive in seconds

Updated over a week ago

Working time directive is a must, but let’s face it - it’s an annoying chore. The truth is, it doesn’t have to be such a headache. Instead of drowning in sheets and reminders, you automatically monitor workers' working hours according to the limitations you (and the government) define.

You can easily be sure students don't work more than 20 hours a week. And not only students, you can set any working hours limits you want and to decide who it should apply to. This way, the platform will control the working hours for you.


Step 1: Access Settings

Log in to your Ubeya account and navigate to the "Settings''. Within the Settings menu, find and click on "Employee Profile."

Step 2: Working Time Directive Settings

Under Employee Profile, locate and select "Working Time Directive."

Step 3: Add a New Rule

Look for the option to "Add Rule" and click on it.

Step 4: Define the rule

Name the rule and specify the target audience. You can use system filters and custom filters to define the target audience for this rule.

Step 5: Define Restrictions

Specify restrictions such as the time period, maximum hours allowed, and the type of role (blocking or flagging).

Click on "add", and that’s it!

By following these steps, you can effectively manage the Working Time Directive within Ubeya, ensuring that roles and employees are aligned with specified rules and restrictions.

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