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Welcome to the blog page of Synel UK! You can read the latest news about everything that is related to our company.

Today businesses are operating in a period of technological innovation and constant change. Technology advances drive higher expectations for usability, speed and mobility. Workforce software is no exception.

It is not easy to predict the future of your business and sometimes it feels as if there aren’t enough hours in the day to get everything done.

According to recently published reports by the Department for Education on pupil absence in primary and secondary schools, the overall absence rate across state-funded primary, secondary & special schools in 2015/16, has stayed the same

Nowadays protection is an absolute priority – violent incidents are becoming a long way more customary and your safety is relevant in every approach.

Employee Engagement is plummeting worldwide. Is there a solution? Yesterday Forbes published an article that points out that one of the top concerns for HR executives in 2017 is how to raise employee engagement, as there is an impressive decline, a fact that is major concern for business leaders across the world. 

Staff on an array of contracts, from zero-hour to full-time, are being tricked out of time off by bosses and company culture according to a recently published article by HR Grapevine. 

Synel one of the most experienced providers of Management Software Solutions for Education in the UK, provides an efficient & practical real-time registration solution to monitor the attendance of overseas students studying on a Tier 4 visa.

Timing is crucial, especially for the Retail sector where the competition is high and customers can choose among hundreds of shops and popular brand names.

Spring means changes in employment law for HR professionals but 2017 brings a great deal more changes than usual. The most significant shifts are the introduction of the gender pay gap reporting for large companies and the immigration skills charges.

Another happy customer for Synel UK. We are very proud of our excellent products and customer service and are always delighted when our customers take the time to let us know that we’ve done something well.

According to a recent Report about Working Mums published to mark the launch of 2017 Top Employer Awards, Workingmums.co.uk’s Best Practice Report 2017 

Josh Dvir, implementation and support manager for Synel’s UK education software projects providing solutions for managing student registration, cashless systems, access control and integration with many of our partners holds a very important role in our team. Here at Synel UK we are very proud of his efforts to raise awareness for various non-profit organisations. Recently he completed the Bath half Marathon. 

Josh Dvir, implementation and support manager for Synel’s UK education software projects providing solutions for managing student registration, cashless systems, access control and integration with many of our partners holds a very important role in our team.

Josh Dvir, implementation manager at Synel UK has committed to run this year’s Virgin Money London Marathon set for Sunday 23 April and raise money for Chai Cancer Care.

Recently featured in an article written by Daily Mail http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-4125584/Is-company-timekeeping-ripping-off.html the author suggests that companies in Time & Attendance sector are cheating employees by using ‘tricks’ like the cutting down on the time they work.

Facial recognition systems are the most popular & efficient ways to capture attendance and maintain a highly secure access control system.

In today’s digital world reacting quickly to change is vital and can turn out to be the biggest competitive advantage for a company.

Nine in ten UK employees still go into work when they are ill, suggesting more needs to be done regarding the rising  phenomenon of presenteeism.

With the new polymer £5 note the cashless society is finally becoming a reality. The cashless society has long been waiting to happen, but it is finally arriving now. 

Of the around 400 state schools in Norfolk, parents at 200 of them were fined last year, with the most fines given at schools on Norfolk’s east coast.