How do I handle lateness and absence from work due to poor weather conditions?Posted in : How Do I Handle It ROI on 19 January 2016
With the recent floods and bad weather, some employees have been arriving late to work or saying they can’t get to work at all – how do I handle it?
With some of Ireland’s worst storms in years having caused floods across the country now followed by icy conditions, employers are facing absenteeism, requests to work from home and employees arriving late for work as they deal with detours and impassable roads. Employers are looking to get to grips with their employment obligations in these circumstances. The question most commonly asked is whether an employer must pay an employee who is late or who fails to turn up for work at all as a result of bad weather conditions.
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This article is correct at 19/01/2016
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