It’s difficult to decide what to do when you’re in charge of someone who is constantly late. It is possible for someone to get trapped in traffic. A boss can want to turn a blind eye if they already do a good job, but what message does this send to employees who do make an attempt to be on time?
A Timekeeping Policy is Key.
To ensure that following an official timekeeping policy does not add to a manager’s workload, use time and attendance software that allows employees to sign in and out on their way in and out of work.
Problem Understanding is Vital.
Making sure that employees understand what is required of them is just the first step in enhancing punctuality. Traffic congestion, severe storms, and childcare crises will still occur. Frequently, this can affect a large number of employees at the same time, including managers.
Your Employees deserve it easier.
Verify that employees can easily clock in and out for their shifts. Whatever the reason behind an employee’s tardiness, discipline can be a last resort. When an employee is having trouble working their current hours, a more flexible schedule could be preferable. If traffic is making their commute a nightmare, the ability to work remotely, at least part of the time, can help them relax.
As these ideas demonstrate, enhancing employee punctuality is more than simply choosing the right penalty. It’s all about setting reasonable goals, respecting individual situations, and doing everything practicable not only to make it easier for employees to be on time, but also to make sure they want to be on time.
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