Using attendance or time-tracking software can be a big help for companies who want to automate the process, but since some companies don’t have software like this, you can delete this line if it doesn’t apply to you.
Regular attendance is a core responsibility of each employee at [Sender.Company]. Each employee is expected to report to work on time and, as scheduled, ready to start working. Employees are required to check in when they arrive for each shift using (software used for attendance if applicable).
Employees are expected to remain at work for each shift of their work schedule. Arriving late to a shift or leaving early is unacceptable, barring specific permission from your manager, and consistent punctuality issues will lead to potential disciplinary action as specified within this policy.
Types of absences
An absence can either be "excused" or "unexcused." These terms are defined as follows:
When an employee provides a minimum of 48 hours' notice to their supervisor, receives approval from their supervisor, and has appropriate vacation time or sick days to cover the absence. Some examples of reasons for excused absences include serious accidents, family emergencies, illnesses, etc.
When an employee does not provide the minimum amount of notice specified previously, does not receive approval from their supervisor, and does not have available paid time off to cover the absence. Some examples of unacceptable absences include waking up late, traffic, bad weather, and unapproved holidays.