PLANNING AND PROCESSING WORK TIME REVEALED
The training gives the participants practical knowledge on planning and processing work time in accordance with the Labour Code. The training includes the latestregulations and pays particular attention to cases presented by participants.
Why training from IntraworQ?
People we trained confirm their knowledge about planning work time improved significantly. Managers and HR specialists improved their competencies that affect efficient work time planning directly.
|Delivered by Łukasz Prasołek
A leading expert on planning and processing work time Łukasz Prasołek. An experienced coach delivering training courses on work time, remuneration, and various aspects of labour law in Supreme Court decisions for ten years.
Formerly employed at the Legal Department of the Chief Labour Inspectorate supervising inspectorate audits all over the country regarding work time and driver work time issues. A former law lecturer at the Management Department of the Warsaw University with several years of experience in education. In 2006 – 2015, he worked at the Chamber of Labour, Social Insurance, and Public Matters of the Supreme Court. He is currently self-employed at Nowoczesne Kadry Łukasz Prasołek and a partner at Praktyczne Szkolenia Prasołek & Sawicki sp. j. focusing on labour law, social insurance, and tax training.
He wrote the following books:
„Czas pracy kierowców. Procedury, rozliczenia, wzory” [Drivers Work Time. Procedures, Settlements, Templates] (Publishing house C.H. BECK, 5 issues),
„Rozliczanie czasu pracy. 100 kazusów” [100 Cases of Work Time Processing] (INFOR 2011)
„Dokumentacja czasu pracy” [Work Time Documentation] (Publishing house C.H. BECK, 2 issues).
He also co-authored academic commentary to the Labour Code, acts on the social insurance system, on social benefits, on accidents, and on retirement pensions and disability pensions from the Social Insurance Fund. His other books, Pogotowie Kadrowe [HR Emergency] by publishing house ODDK focus on various aspects of the labour law. A permanent collaborator of Dziennik Gazeta Prawna [Legal Daily] and many other branch papers for HR, payroll, and transport companies.
PLANNING WORK TIME REVEALED – agenda
Conceptualnetwork of work time in organisations
- Business trips and work time
- Training and work time
- Beginning and end of the week
- Settlement period
- Beginning and end of the period
- Working hours scheme
- Shift work
- Introduction of flexible working hours
Presentation of the essence of working hours schemes
- Standard working hours
- Equivalent working hours up to 12 hours
- Task-oriented working hours
Principles of creating work time schedules
- Individual work time schedule
- When is a schedule a must?
- Publishing a schedule
- Mandatory schedule symbols
- How many working days without a day off can be planned?
- Settling time for rest
- Balancing daily rest
- Reducing weekly rest
- Rest and business trips
- Irregular working hours schedule
- Acceptable changes to a schedule
- Schedule keeping
Processing work time
- Making up for leaving for personal reasons
- Overtime request from employer
- Lack of written overtime request andemployee’s rights
- Weekend working hours and overtime
- Mixed working hours
- Overtime limits
- Bonuses and regular remuneration
- Overtime pay
- Overtime flat rate
- Exceeded weekly norm
- When and in what order compensate for overtime?
- Time off for overtime on employee’s request and without a request
- Deadline for request for time off for overtime
- Compensation for time off and when best to give time off
- Overtime in part-timeschedule
- Work time for managers
- Work on Sundays and holidays
Handouts and completion certificate guaranteed. Training courses may be open or closed for third parties.
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