A reader writes:
I’ve an hourly worker who’s scheduled to work from 8:30-5:30 p.m. We have now discovered that she doesn’t at all times depart at 5:30. She says she stays till about 6 as a result of she desires visitors to die down earlier than heading dwelling. We have now informed her a number of instances that she has to depart at 5:30, however we’ve proof that she is right here typically as late at 9 p.m. She doesn’t have a lot of a private life and I do know that’s a part of the rationale why she stays right here.
I’ve informed her that if I do know she is staying after 5:30, I’m obligated to pay her since she is an hourly worker and she will be able to declare extra time. Do you may have any recommendation as to the way to get this individual to go dwelling on time?
I reply this query — and 4 others — over at Inc. immediately, the place I’m revisiting letters which were buried within the archives right here from years in the past (and typically updating/increasing my solutions to them). You’ll be able to learn it right here.
Different questions I’m answering there immediately embrace:
- My pregnant coworker is throwing up at her desk each day
- Coworker is utilizing our visitor workplace as her private telephone sales space
- Most variety of candidates?
- When job postings are on the lookout for “energetic” candidates