The Federal Labor Court (BAG) in Erfurt states in its ruling (1 ABR 22/21) of 13.09.2022 that employers :in accordance with section 3 para. 2 No. 1 ArbSchG are obliged to introduce a system with which the working time worked by employees can be recorded. In doing so, the Federal Labor Court refers to the interpretation of the German Occupational Health and Safety Act (ArbSchG) in conformity with European law and thus to the ECJ ruling on the recording of working hours from May 2019. At the same time, flexible working hours and work locations are being implemented across the board in German companies and organizations. This gives rise to new areas of conflict, particularly in the context of the German Working Hours Act (ArbZG).
With ZMI, you record working times digitally and independent of location. This ensures more transparency and fewer manual processes – so the requirements of the working world 4.0 can be brought into line with the case law of the BAG smart.