Task work system is a form of elastic time-system, where the employer entrust to the employee tasks to complete. The employee, with expected care, shall execute those tasks within fixed time. What does it mean, in practice?
- The employment, within the task-oriented work-system, can be employed as a part timer e.g ½ of job-time . It is accepted, that the time needed to execute those task shall not exceed 8h (per day) and 40h (a week) as in 5-day-work-week.
- For the tasks that take up more time (than established), the employee shall receive salary as if working over-time. Such point of view is consisted with the judgment of the Supreme Court on the 4th of August 1999y. sygn. Akt I PKN 181/99.
Within task work system, the employees set up their work schedule by themselves. They do not record their work-time, only the absences. The employer oversight promptness and precision of completed tasks, and later on, approves over-time if occurred.
The task work system is a modern form of employment, and it allows the employees to manage their work-time better, and for employers – concentrate on works’ effects only.
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