It's not just important, that software runs stably and reliably and is designed to be user-friendly. Is equally important, that it informs the user. Reliable support and relief under applicable law. Here are a few points, of which many do not know, that they have been legally binding for a long time and that they are perfectly mapped and fulfilled with the invoiceXYZ:
Reporting / Working time documentation
Make it easier for your employer, the law regarding. Adhere to working hours. Relieve him of the work on time recording and create in seconds, with an easy start- / Stop-Knopf, the Report, that he needs. It is legally included on every invoice.
Here is the legal basis:
abstract (Those https://www.hensche.de/)
…Also contains a regulation for the documentation of working hours § 17 Abs.1 Mindestlohngesetz (MiLoG). According to this, employers are obliged, to document the working hours fairly comprehensively, namely
- End and
- Duration of daily working hours.
However, this obligation does not affect all groups of employees, but only geringfügig beschäftigte Arbeitnehmer (“Minijobber”) in the sense of § 8 Paragraph 1, Book Four of the Social Code (SGB IV) sowie Berufsgruppen, where undeclared work is more widespread than elsewhere, namely the in § 2a Schwarzarbeitsbekämpfungsgesetz (SchwarzArbG) genannten Branchen. These are among others. Bauarbeitnehmer, Restaurants- and hotel workers, Building cleaners and freight forwarders- and transport workers. …
Legally compliant invoice / Mandatory information
invoicesXYZ corresponds to European legislation regarding mandatory information to be shown on an invoice.
Mandatory information is e.g.. read here. In addition, from version 3.72 of invoicesXYZ the rate “No tax identification due to the application of the small business regulation (§ 19 UStG)” at VAT. 0% explicitly printed. While that is not a legal requirement, but is then explicitly shown as such.
All additional information or, depending on the industry, usual supplements can be used as standard text in e.g.. the terms and conditions or the information under “Far. Commands” — “Price list and letterhead” — “Text editor” be stored as standard.
Notes on crawling (Spider, WebBot, machine search)
To be legally on the safe side, should you crawl as “generally considered not permitted by law without the consent of the website operator” classify. If you use the functions, you do this at your own risk. Programming a crawler is not prohibited, the use without consent, however, usually already. I found a good contribution here:
Conclusion from forschung-und-lehre.de (Those: forschung-und-lehre.de)
Who wants to be sure, can ask the manufacturer of the database for permission and get it - preferably in text form (for example by email) - let give. In cases of doubt, the legal departments of the research institutions provide advice.
The big search engines actually make it easy for themselves:
On every website, which can be searched, there is a simple text file, die robots.txt, which grants the appropriate permissions. I have an interesting contribution found here.