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  • Cover your bases if an employee often goes AWOL
  • Some employees do all they can to stay away from work - call in sick in the morning, go home early so they don't miss a doctor's appointment, not come in at all because it's their aunt's funeral (AGAIN!). That's all good and well if it's already been discussed with you beforehand or they bring you proof of their absence, like a sick note. But what do you do if your employee goes absent without lea... ››› more
  • [18 January 2017]
  • A much needed clarification: How to distinguish absenteeism from desertion
  • Do you know when an employee's absence changes from absence without permission (AWOL), to actual desertion? In case you don't, we want to tell you that courts see these as two separate offences, and so must you. Here's why... What's the difference between absenteeism from desertion? Absenteeism is generally a short period of time off without the employee getting permission. In this case, he... ››› more
  • [03 January 2017]
  • Two question every employer must ask when dealing with workplace desertion
  • An employee of yours has been absent from work, without authorisation, for a long time now, and has made no attempt to contact you. This will naturally lead you to assume that she's deserted your company, after which you'll more than likely wish to dismiss her. But don't rush the gun here! Before you actually go ahead and dismiss an employee for desertion, it's highly recommended that you as... ››› more
  • [12 May 2016]
  • Two simple strategies to effectively deal with workplace desertion
  • Here's the scenario: An employee of yours has not come to work for several days now, and in that space of time he's made no effort to contact you with a valid explanation. In a situation like this, the chances are, he's deserted you. And you'll probably want to dismiss him. But unfortunately, it's not that simple! You see, it's up to you to prove it was actually his intention to desert... ››› more
  • [11 May 2016]
  • How do you pay a deserting employee?
  • So, one of your employees is absent from work and fails to return. What's more is that he fails to contact you as to the reason for his absence. He makes absolutely no effort to let you know what's going on, when and even if he'll return to work. If this is the case, the chances could very well be that he has deserted his post and left you hanging. And if this is the case, how would you go a... ››› more
  • [13 October 2015]
  • Three offences to include in your disciplinary when dealing with desertion
  • Desertion can be a tricky area because of its complexity when dealing with it. One of the questions you may be asking is how to include desertion in your disciplinary code. Well, as I'll discuss below, your disciplinary code should include three separate offences, all of which centre around desertion itself: 1.Unauthorised absence Unauthorised absence (AWOL) is usually not punished with d... ››› more
  • [18 September 2015]
  • Six warnings you must keep in mind BEFORE dealing with desertion
  • Desertion is when an employee is absent from work or he fails to return to work after an authorised period. He doesn't call or leave a message explaining his absence, or even if he's going to be returning to work. This could potentially cause major headaches for you as an employer trying to ensure your business is running as smoothly as possible - with your employees attending work and co... ››› more
  • [08 September 2015]
  • Two ways to overcome workplace desertion
  • Desertion is when an employee is absent from work or he fails to return to work after an authorised period. He doesn't call or leave a message explaining his absence, or even let you know if he's going to be returning to work. This could potentially cause major headaches for you as an employer trying to ensure that your business is running as smoothly as possible - with your employees atte... ››› more
  • [27 August 2015]
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