Tardiness rule luwagan na due to water crisis
SA harap ng sangkaterbang challenges na kina-kaharap natin in our daily grind to work in the metro—traffic congestion, inadequate mass transport system, pollution, init, baha, inflation at mga criminalities—here comes water shortage crisis. Haisst!
The impact of water crisis to workers and their families is enormous. Mag-a adjust tayo ng ating routine sa bahay at opisina. Kailangang magpuyat para lang masiguro na mapuno ang mga balde, timba at drum ng tubig.
Matapos mapuno ang mga ito, mag-a adjust pa rin sa dami ng tabo ang maari lamang gagamitin sa paghuhugas ng plato, sa paligo, sa pagluluto at sa pagsasayos ng mga bata bago pumasok ng eskwela.
All these entail additional cost, additional responsibilities and they need more time to do it.
Sa dami ng mga additional things to do before you go to work and upon arriving home from work, talagang hindi impossible na na-late sa trabaho ang mga nagtatrabaho. So if there is a way to make temporary adjustments in the company, pwedeng pagbigyan ang tardiness.
Tardiness is the amount of lates and days of absences at work. Kung umabot na ang late and absences to an equivalent to more than the usual company rule of six days, this may become a basis for termination.
I urge the Human Resource directors na luwagan ang tardiness rule ng company temporarily in the onset of this water crisis besetting Metro Manila. The HR can initiate this voluntarily on temporary basis by issuing a memo upon approval of the boss.
Or employees or the union may call the attention of your HR director and request the HR director to lossen up a little bit on the tardiness rule.
This additional crisis imposed on workers’ daily stress is putting more additional pressure to them. It has direct impact on employee’s productivity. Talagang maaapektuhan ang kanilang trabaho.
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