Siemens Gamesa

Sauce delivers HR bonus for Siemens Gamesa



Siemens Gamesa is a key player in the global renewable energy sector, providing innovative wind power solutions in more than 90 countries.

Its Hull wind turbine factory operates 24/7 and faced a challenge to manage shift patterns and HR requirements of 750 employees.


Siemens Gamesa wanted to work with local companies and reached out to us to explore the possibility of creating a bespoke, digital solution to its challenge.

We agreed to initially focus on its biggest HR issue – the management of overtime.


Working collaboratively with the company, we determined the Hull facility required a scalable system that would be accessible, customisable and accurate in real time. 

We developed a portal that allows human resources personnel and shift leaders to update information on staff and a mobile app which employees can also access to see their working hours.



The intuitive MyTime time and attendance system features a mobile app through which users with different permissions can access the information they need.

Team leaders can edit and update shift patterns, human resources personnel are provided with accurate data on shift patterns and employees are able to understand the hours they have worked over any given quarter.

Originally developed to manage shift patterns and overtime, additional modules have been added to address a number of other HR-related tasks, including staff absence and holiday requests.

The absence data has allowed the company to introduce a bonus system, with staff rewarded if the monthly sickness rate is below 5%.


"Sauce are a smart and forward-thinking company who have helped provide us with a great business tool that has become integral to operations and employee experience."

-  Ciara Dowling, HR Services Analyst, Siemens Gamesa

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