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By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand Milf leaves work early Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. I've got an employee who does a pretty good job with her work. I am pretty flexible as long as work gets done so I don't mind it too much. She is a single mother with two kids both pretty young kids so she has to take them to day care and pick them up from day care.

She also has summer camps for her kids and a whole slew of other stuff.

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A while back she filled out a company document allowing her to start at 8: But even this has not helped her — she arrived today at 9: The rest of my team who report directly to me know this and do not complain about it as they know being a single mother is difficult. So I am okay Milf leaves work early it and others in the same department seem to be okay with it.

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What seems to be the issue lately is other departments who either just notice it and mention something or need something from her directly. They will come over to me and say, "Hey where's X, I haven't seen her today I don't like the gossip but I also don't like how her attendance reflects on my department.

At the same time she gets stuff done She is also the type who doesn't take disciplining very well. If I say something to her she usually ends up trying to ignore me and gets less done. I understand having two kids and being a single mom is hard and I've asked her to be careful, to which she replies, "I am a single mom I can only do what I can do I really cannot tell her "No, you cannot go pick up your kids from daycare".

She also has NO family here — so no one else can help her out at all. The question I really have is: How do I get her to understand that her attendance is critical but at the same time try to cater to her being a single mother?

I think this is a tough question because everything I think of Milf leaves work early back to her answer of " First you have to Milf leaves work early clear in your own mind how important attendance is to the role and to the company. If a worker is able to do all of the work in a timely fashion and still come in late or leave early on occasion, that says that strict attendance isn't really all that important.

On the other hand, some roles simply require being around and available throughout the work shift.

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Once that is clear then you can decide on the importance and convey it to the worker. And only then can you expect adherence Milf leaves work early the policy. Still, adherence to an attendance policy isn't optimal or sometimes isn't even possible for everyone. In that case, you'll have to decide if this role is right for the person, or if she'll have to leave and find employment elsewhere. In my office, strict time and attendance was not important - within limits.

It was almost always completely reasonable for folks to come in when it made the most sense, and leave when it made the most sense, as long as the work got done on time, and all the usual meetings were attended.

But I've also owned a fast food restaurant. There, time and attendance was critical.

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And people not showing up on time or having to leave early on a regular basis were simply told that this was not the right job for them. In either case, a frank discussion of the expectations of the role is most important.

Then, you can do what the company requires of you, and the worker can decide if the job meets their personal needs or not. I think what you need to do is make them understand that her attendance on time is not critical since she does a great job and is a single parent. Change the policy maybe? The work done is what is important Milf leaves work early your department, Milf leaves work early rest is talk-the-talk.

Since she " does a pretty good job with her work " and she " does stay on top of tasks ", that means she is trying her best to make everyone happy. Be careful not to give her bad time about it, but instead, be on her side.

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Life-Work balance is a serious issue in all departments these days, so I would say you won't be the only one. And reading up on your situation, seems like the exact number of hours worked is not important Milf leaves work early your case. Then, maybe set a time window 10 to 4? If she gets her work done in a timely manner, doesn't make undue mistakes due to rushing to get it done, for exampleand is on the worksite when other employees need to interact with her, then the only thing she seems guilty of is not adhering to a policy you don't seem all that concerned about her following, except as to how it impacts the image of your department to the rest of the company.

It doesn't sound like it's affecting team morale or cohesion, and it sounds like she's a fairly reliable employee as far as completing the work goes.

I would personally take the approach of 'As long as she doesn't abuse it or inhibit anyone else's work'. If someone asks if she isn't coming in that day, let them know that you haven't received anything saying she won't be, and ask if they are waiting on her for something work related.

By and large, barring some over-arching corporate policy enforced by HR, the start and end time of an employee are managed by Milf leaves work early manager. So long as you being Milf leaves work early manager don't see a negative impact from her schedule, you have the discretion to allow her to continue as she is.

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NOTE that this may conflict with individual regulations at your place of business, and you Milf leaves work early wish to check with HR so far as to how flexible the work hours and scheduling is allowed to be. If it's a serious enough issue that you feel it warrants further discussion, then your options are to either threaten to fire her for violating scheduling policy, or work with her to find a way to 'even the score' e.

I'm mostly all about getting the work done and less about the schedule, but it's not possible to entirely ignore the schedule.

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It's also important for morale; while Milf leaves work early may have a unique situation, other employees will have their own issues, and may not appreciate her being able to come and go at work as she pleases - even though she has a good reason for it. Understanding that things come up, kids get sick, whatever, for a day or two a month is fine; but what's the hours she can work most of the time. If she can come in earlier than that, great - please do; but that's the hours that she's expected to be in the office.

Then, if she has to deviate from that, she has to follow a protocol - text, email, call, whatever, as soon as she knows. As far as Milf leaves work early else, just make sure everyone knows her actual expected in the office hours. If that'sor whatever, just make sure it's known; that way people who depend on her can know when she's going to be there.

Of course, HR may not permit her to work the schedule that she needs; that's up to you and HR to work out with her. There may be other alternatives Can she work from home in the evening?

Can she work through lunch?


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