New legislation on recording working hours

In November, the legislative process began for a comprehensive EU regulation that requires all companies and their employees to meticulously record their working hours. This is partly to monitor compliance with rules regarding rest and working hours. The law will come into force on July 1st, 2024.

In this webinar, we will look at:

  • Why is the new legislation necessary?
  • What changes does the new law bring?
  • What are the key requirements that employers must meet? How can companies best prepare?
  • The law entails requirements for the system used to record working hours - What is important in this context?
  • Demo of Azets Employee - a digital solution for recording working hours


Lisbeth Lindorff Riis

Head of HR Legal
Lisbeth Lindorff Riis holds a Master of Laws from the Aarhus School of Business and later a Master of Laws from the University of Copenhagen. Lisbeth has 19 years of experience in legal advice within HR, including personal data law issues.

Michael Dupont Fischer

Head of Sales
Michael Dupont Fischer, a Civil Engineering graduate from DTH, serves as the Sales Director at Azets. He brings a decade of expertise in managing time and absence records.

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