How Can I Get My Employees to Be On Time?

by Evil HR Lady on November 30, 2017

We have a small business with only four employees. We need our employees to be on time because our clients come to us. If our staff doesn’t arrive at the designated time, we often have clients waiting for them out in the parking lot.

We introduced a vacation policy for the first time, and employees can now earn paid time off by clocking in on time. Each pay period of timeliness gets them half a paid day, which means they can earn 12 paid days off each year, just by clocking in on time. But we heard someone say, ‘Well, if I’m late once during a pay cycle, I won’t earn paid time off , so why should I show up on time for the rest of the period?’ I’m at a loss as to what to do next.

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