Blogs tagged in attendance


No call/no show shows. No what about it.

No call. No show. Assume they quit. Find a replacement. Move on.

Then who shows up but Ms. Nocall Noshow.

Now what?

Depends on what happened, your policy, potential laws (ADA? FMLA?), disabilities, stuff, junk.

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Four-legged office mates and the pawternity policies they benefit

This blog was written by Danielle Krauthamer at Fisher Phillips, which authors several of our resources. You can find the original post read more

School-related parental leave does not mean you forge a note from your kid

This blog was written by Jason Plowman at Polsinelli. Polsinelli authors hrsimple resources in Missouri, Kansas and Illinois. You can find the read more

Being at work full time is not an essential function of a job?

This blog was written by Fiona Ong at Shawe Rosenthal, author of our Maryland Human Resources Manual. You can find the original blog and...

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"We need to talk" isn't any easier to say than to hear

This blog was written by Mathew Parker at Fisher Phillips, which authors several of our resources. You can find the original here and their On the Front Lines Workplace Law Newsletter (which is excellent) read more

Dr. Strangelabor or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Millennial

Attendance policies

Needless to say, a company can’t operate (let alone succeed) if the employees aren’t showing up to work. But how do you ensure that your workforce will consistently report for duty? One good step is having a clear attendance policy. Communicating clearly about what are acceptable reasons to miss work, how these requests should be made, and what does not qualify as an excusable ab...

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