Any Advisors coming late ask them to wear a funny cap and the whole day they will be roaming with the cap or hat...
From China
Most of MNC's companies not much tolerate if their employees late in morning, especially for those sits late at evening & do their assignments on time.
All companies should follow "Work-Life-Balance" for thier employees.
regards
Rahul

From Singapore
In my past company the same thing happened. It was noticed to CEO . Then he fixed time for normal workers 8.30 A.M to 5.00 PM ( first sift) . Then for Manager and executives 9.00 AM to 5.30. PM. For second i had not faced this problem. So you need to convince to your top management regrding this and fix time acordingly. For company has concerned timing is very IMP.

Hi Niharika,
They days many of the companies are switching or already have switched their gears to "FLEXI WORK HRS", it all about the quality work rather than the man hours spent in office.
In case of Sr Managers/Officials, they have a different set of targets to achieve which often keeps them away from office.I guess your higher management would be aware of their work hours, so don't be so concerned.

From India, Hyderabad
If your companies have flexible timing for seniours & doing atleast 8 hrs. duty then not bother it otherwise if your company has strict on timing & they come after 12.30 pm or 1.00 pm then you can mark half day as per company policy.

From India, New Delhi
hi niharika,
you are treading on dangerous waters. first who brought this up? hr or management or are you trying to rein them in.
managements generally give senior people the option of flexi time (not in writing but implied). the seniormost person in hr/admin should bring it to the management's notice and take a call. as a hr executive may be you are trying to bring in uniformity.
middle level workers may have grumbled against this but you can't do much. any way if you want to go ahead go with recorded instances (should not be difficult) and have a back up job (for you if required)

From India, Madras
Dear Niharika,
As you mentioned, this problem should have been taken seriously by you as well as sr. management. Because the logic they are giving is not realistic. They are staying back late hours for their job duties. It is their fault to not complete their work on time. They will have to come on time, which has fixed by management for all employees.
Thx
Rajesh Sharma

From India, Delhi
Niharika ,
It depend on your company policy .if you have flexible timing then its fine or else you can take a mail from them regards to late coming as it would be easy for you during audit .
Or
If ratio is high .You can draft a policy for flexible timing…..with approval from your senior.
Regards,
Surjit Singh

From India, Valsad
hi Niharika,
if the condition is like that then u can reply them to say , if u go late from the office it means u r dedicated to the company and if u come late it means u r not following the office protocol :) . i usually do it:icon10: .
warm regards
Deepak

From India, Haridwar
Hi Niharika,

You can’t ask your seniors for any type of issues like late coming which should be asked by their departmental senior person coordination with respective of that level your hr person.
Here, you go through
1) Prepare a note details of name and designation of persons, no.of late coming and supporting document of their duty correction form (if available).
2) Send this note to your seniors clearly in writing ‘ please advice on this matters’.
3) Follow their advice. Because senior HR person always well versed with all HR related activities.

This is a proofed for you in future if any problem arises by those late coming employees.
:-P

From India, Pune

If you are knowledgeable about any fact, resource or experience related to this topic - please add your views using the reply box below. For articles and copyrighted material please only cite the original source link. Each contribution will make this page a resource useful for everyone.


Please Login To Add Reply






About Us Advertise Contact Us
Privacy Policy Disclaimer Terms Of Service



All rights reserved @ 2021 CiteHR.Com™

All Material Copyright And Trademarks Posted Held By Respective Owners.
Panel Selection For Threads Are Automated - Members Notified Via CiteMailer Server