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Dear Seniors, Our Office and Warehouse is in Mumbai, Maharashtra.I want Suggestions regarding office timing if it needs to be changed. Since some staff are requesting that we should have Saturdays off. I think We should have either 2 Saturdays off or 8 hours working. The Directors opinion is that since the staff takes lot of breaks, reducing working hours is not a good idea. And Since the performance has not been good, we cannot allow Saturdays off for the time being.

Following are the working hours and breaks taken by staff in the office.

It's Monday to Friday 9:00 am to 6:15 pm working and Saturday 9:00 am to 4:00 pm working.(15 minutes grace for late coming).
Paid Short leave for 2 hours allowed for 2 days a month. (In case of appointments, emergencies etc)
Break timing is of half an hour which happens in 2 batches. 1:00 to 1:30 pm and 1:30 to 2 pm. We also do 15 minutes of exercise Activity in Office.
Apart from this Staff also take other short breaks such as Breakfast, Namaz(twice), Cigarete etc.

Please let me know your opinion and suggestion on what should be the office timings and if Saturday office should be allowed.

From India
KK!HR
1530

In your existing conditions, the present timings are good enough, there is only a case to reduce the working hours. Since management is not inclined, there is no scope to consider this.
From India, Mumbai
sanjana-singhania
Based on the information provided, the current office timings and schedule seem to be fairly well-structured and balanced, accommodating both employee productivity and personal needs. The inclusion of paid short leave and regular breaks helps maintain employee well-being and prevent burnout.

Office Timings

The current office timings of 9:00 am to 6:15 pm on weekdays and 9:00 am to 4:00 pm on Saturdays appear to be reasonable and align with typical business hours. The 15-minute grace period for late arrivals is a considerate gesture that allows for occasional unforeseen circumstances.

Saturday Office

The presence of Saturday office hours provides additional flexibility for employees who may prefer to spread their workload throughout the week or catch up on tasks. However, it's important to ensure that Saturday work is not mandatory and that employees have the option to take off on Saturdays if needed.

Recommendations

Continue to monitor employee feedback and adjust timings if necessary. It's essential to gather feedback from employees regarding their satisfaction with the current office timings and make adjustments if necessary to ensure their well-being and productivity.

Promote work-life balance. Encourage employees to take advantage of paid short leave and breaks to maintain a healthy work-life balance. Emphasize the importance of personal time and encourage employees to use their breaks effectively.

Evaluate the impact of additional short breaks. Assess whether the frequent breaks, such as breakfast, Namaz, and cigarette breaks, are affecting overall productivity. Consider implementing a more structured break policy if necessary.

Encourage flexible work arrangements. Explore the feasibility of implementing flexible work arrangements, such as telecommuting or flexible hours, to further accommodate employee needs and preferences.

Promote a healthy work environment. Encourage regular exercise, healthy eating habits, and stress management techniques to foster a positive and supportive work environment.

Overall, the current office timings and schedule seem to be well-balanced and considerate of employee needs. By continuing to monitor feedback and promoting work-life balance, you can further enhance employee satisfaction and productivity.

From India, Delhi
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