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Soni Arya
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i am working in a real estate company and i am,looking for a format of circulation information, regarding office timing, the issue is employees used to go on site before punching in office, and we need them to come office first then they need to go on site.
15th December 2014 From India, Noida
Hi Soni,

I am also goning through this suitation,this is the circular which i had circulated...Yoy can try this may be this works.



You all are well aware about the timing of commencement of office. The office opens at 9:00 A.M on a daily basis, but after scrutiny of records it has been observed that several employees are not adhering to this time and are found to be coming late, some as late as ONE TO TWO hours.

This is an unacceptable practice. We are sure all of us want to be a part of a success story and no story can be successful without hard work and discipline. Let us all vow to be Punctual and reach the office at 9:00am Sharp, and this has to be strictly followed, failing which management will be constrained to take punitive action which shall be detrimental to all concerned.

We need your cooperation on this and make the working environment healthy to work on.

So it is sought by management to frame Attendance Policy.

Policy :-

a) First three late arrivals (upto 9:15am) : allowed

b) Second three late arrivals (after 9:15am) : Half Day

c) After this all late arrivals will be marked as ABSENT for the day.

To be implemented with an immediate effect.

15th December 2014 From India, Noida
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