As of May 12, it will be compulsory to sign up at work, in accordance with the modification of thestatus of workersapproved by decree-law in theMinister council.
The companies will be obliged to register the entry and exit times of their workers daily, some records that they must keep for four years and remain available to workers, unions,Labor and Social Security Inspection.
The objective ofGovernment of Pedro Sánchezis to end the fraud of overtime.
This is reflected in the latest draft proposal for modification of the time record in the companies that have sent theMinistry of Laborto unions and employers. The text proposed by the Executive reforms four articles of the Statute of Workers (4, 12, 34 and 35) and another article of the Law of Infractions and Sanctions in the Social Order.
In this way, for this new right of workers to become effective, the law that regulates the labor market will specify in article 34 of the aforementioned Statute how companies should register the day. "It will be the obligation of the company to record the working day of each worker, this record of the day will be daily and must include the specific time of entry and exit," indicates the legal draft of the Executive.
This will mean, therefore, the return to the traditional system of signing on arrival and leaving work that, to date, still have many large companies but virtually none of the medium and small.