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How 'no-fault' attendance policies can put companies and workers at risk


Absenteeism is a real problem for employers.
One way to help track employee time off is through what's called a "no-fault" attendance policy, in which workers accumulate "points" for unexcused absences, late arrivals or early departures. Once a worker hits a certain number of points, they can be disciplined or even fired.
The days can be used for any reason: you're waiting for the plumber to come fix your shower, ...

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