Check with your management about the timings. Is that to be carried out for everyone. Then its very simple. You just have to get the confirmation from the top management in regards to the timings and then you shall implement the frame rule. Do check and let me know so that I shall help you with.

From India, Bangalore
An organization should have logging rules for in and out. So that we wont find any controvercies with any one. We are having smart card rules in our company for rectifying these problems.
Selva Nathiya,
Management Executive

From India, Madras

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From India, Madras
Hi Niharika, If they are maintaining their daily work hours by staying back and working till late, then i dont think you have to do anything, as the productivity is not declining. BR Ramneet
From India, Delhi
How contradictory that companies expect employees to be on time in the morning but dont care about timings in the evening. If the company wants its employees to follow policy then this is also a ploicy part not to stay after stipulated office timings.
Anyways...there are no harm in late coming as long as it is not harming the work. Prime concern should be the timely completion of work. If that doesnt suffer, then no one should be worried about this....

From India, Ghaziabad
Some leeway is always given for senior officers; as their productivity is not based on hours of work (unlike piece-rated or time-rated workers); but rather on the decisions they take which has far-reaching implications for the company.
You must have noticed that seniors spend more time outside their offices - in meetings, conferences, tours etc. As a matter of fact, they are considered to be on duty 24x7. If something requires their attention, they can be reached anytime; and they in fact, give much more time than otherwise stipulated and have much more responsibilities thrust upon their shoulders. In the smallest possible time they have to take take decisions which cam make or mar a company.
For such people, the time spent inside the office is inconsequential. You need not be bothered about such things as it is well-known to the higher management. There are always exceptions to everything, and you should consider it as such.

From India, Delhi
See if your business requirement is demanding those employees to stay late in the evenings. And also see whether there deliverables/targets are met.
If every thing is ok then i don't think you need to impose them for timings.
An employee should always be given freedom to work. And organisation should be strict on deliverables/targets.
Because we will gain profits based on deliverables/targets but not on employee stay/timings in organisation or by maintaining timings.

From Australia
Hi niharika,
i am also working in pharma company in himachal pradesh, we have constructed a late comming policy which is applicable to all level of employees.
Further, this is related to the discipline of the company and it can not be tolerated. If they are working in the late hrs it is because their nature of duty and work style, it does not means that they will come late too. Being hr deptt this is our responsibility to handle such cases with no difference.
Baljeet sahotra
manager hrm

From India, Chandigarh
Normally, this kinid of issues are appearing in all organisations, however, you need to keep entry book at security level and do the analysis of each employee like what time they are coming and going. One fine day this analysis you may forward it to through your HR manager individually to all top members. At the begning this may cause or take personally by everyone but later they will understand the company policy and values..................take this issue in positive manner and adopt your system. still they are not changing their minds you may forward to Senior Management where they can monitor and act on these areas at smooth level.............just try in positive manner and good luck.............sridhar
From India, New Delhi
this is venkat. in my view you have to do your job.doesn,t consider anyone whether he is a senior or junior. in my organization i am doing late coming deductions for even dgm also. go ahead do your job as per policy.

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