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saswatabanerjeeWhen he leaves the factory, it should be recorded and when he returns, it should be recorded again.
Was he going with approval? In most companies, there would be gateposts issued for temporary exits. In absence of electronic records, they could be use to know how much of his time during work was spent outside on personal work.
If you have electronic access records, and if such cases are large and regular, then you could consider a specific biometric machine being kept aside for those wanting to come and go during office hours (with approval) and those in-out time stamps could be used to compute deductions from salary for absence.
From India, Mumbai
As I see from you name description, you are a student. There are several models to control the out and in timings but that is subject to Short Leave Policy of a company. Short Leave Policy stipulates as to how much short leave is permissible in a month / quarter or year. Subject to entitlement to Short Leave and balance at the credit, an employee can avail short leave. Generally short leave is not granted during factory hours except in the case of an emergency. Every short leave has to be sanctioned by the Controlling Officer of the concerned employee or as prescribed in the Short Leave Policy. A register is kept with each Controlling Officer or Leave Record Maintaining Section for recording such short leave A gate pass is also issued for going out that is to be given to the Security Guard at the gate of the factory. In case of a biometric machine system, the system of manual entry into register and gate pass will continue alongwith the machine entry on additional machine.
With good wishes,
Chandramani Lal Srivastava
New Delhi/03.07.2022/11:05 pm
From India, New Delhi
John ChiangDear Gauravkrishna,
Absence Without Leave
Any absence during normal working hours which is not covered by an approved Leave Request, including any leave over the period specified by an approved Leave Request, or which is not authorized by a special and specific ruling by competent Company authority is considered Absence Without Leave (AWOL).
II. Record of AWOL
For HR to review the employee's attendance records, any AWOL should be identified by Payroll Unit in the HR Dept. The HR Department will verify the AWOL by discussing it with the employee's supervisor, and the employee if necessary. The AWOL will be recorded in the employee's leave record. For exempt personnel who do not use Time Cards, AWOL must be reported by the employee's supervisor to the higher authority and the HR Department for similar record and action if necessary.
III. Excessive AWOL
Excessive AWOL will result in disciplinary action or termination. AWOL may not exceed 3 consecutive working days at one time or not exceed 6 working days in one month. The employee will be fired legally.
The record of AWOL is considered during the annual performance review or merit increase.
From China, Shanghai