Hi Aarti,
Its depends on company to company policy... You can implement attendance policy and mostly company;s are give 10 to 15 minutes grace time for the employees three time in a month.. anyway... its according to law... & by law there is no one have authority to deducted your salary without any warning or intimation latter...
but as a employee, every one should not break rules or policy...
Sunil Kumar

From India, Patiala
I just joined this conversation about late coming and deductions of half day salary.
In my office the same has been implemented very recently and dedicated my two months back salary due to late- coming. Due to which the salary we received for the month is even less then 50 percentage of monthly income.
I have small kid less than 2 years old. I put him in creche which open at 9:30 itself and is the closest to my home and safe as well. While my office timing are 9:30 to 5:30, so I always reach office by 10:15 or so due to this reason.
My office doesn't have any creche facility and is located in outskirts of city where even no proper residential complex is established.
So being a helpless mother, I have no choice but to reach office late. In terms of work assignments the task was always completed on time and even during odd hours I use to work for my office over phone.
I submitted a request letter for the relaxation on timing due to no creche facility in office also other personal reasons, in return my employer have started creating harsh environment around for me.
While at the same time they allowed few others employees to come late in office and no deduction on their salary too. We also tried to ask why such discrimination among the employee, but instead of giving the reply, they are trying to put me in more difficult situations.
Reply please what should I do.

From India, Haldwani
Dear Aarti, Three times late coming up to 10 minutes is permitted in most of the organisations as any misconduct above three times considered as habitual.
From India, Bhalta

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