Please confirm, if an employee coming late for 30 min or an hour, can that be taken as half day leave? Actual office hours starts from 9.30 am.
Every three such late marks in a month are treated as one day’s leave without pay.
Half- Day are counted after 11:00AM. Absent are marked after 01:00pm.
19th June 2019 From India, Faridabad
Dear Friend,
I do not understand about your question. whether you have a late mark policy or not , if you have a policy, deduct it according to the policy, if not, then design the late mark policy first and then start the deduction accordingly.
19th June 2019 From India, Mumbai
Hi,
Leave deduction for late coming is followed in companies. However before leave deduction you should also analyse what time they left the office the prior day and you should allow some grace timing. Allow 2-3 lates per month for genuine reasons.
19th June 2019 From India, Madras
Dear,
Deduction of leave on short leave / late coming/ gate pass are common practice in companies. if you would like to implement please create the policy for the same.
19th June 2019 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
The deduction of late coming or absent are done by a laid down policy of the establishment. The deduction for late coming is justified but quantum of deduction is depending upon the policy.
It is important to come out with a policy on leave & attendace, if you do not have right now. By this you can justify the action to the employee.
Are you paying extra, if some one works beyond the working hour? Now your management has to take a call to address all these issues, if raised by the employee.
20th June 2019 From India, Mumbai
then start 100 minutes late per month policy
22nd June 2019 From India, Ludhiana
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