Employee tardiness is a significant problem for employers – and bad weather is one of the top three reasons that employees give for it. Given Canadian winters, it’s important that employers understand how to effectively manage employee tardiness and absenteeism caused by adverse weather conditions.
For three tips to help employers manage employee tardiness due to adverse weather conditions, read McInnes Cooper’s Legal Update: Winter’s Not Over Yet – 3 Tips to Manage Employee Tardiness Due to Adverse Weather Conditions. You can read more of McInnes Cooper’s Legal Publications at http://www.mcinnescooper.com/publications/.
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About the authors:
Ryan Baxter is a Labour and Employment Lawyer at McInnes Cooper. He practices in the areas of labour and employment, administrative law, immigration and litigation. You can reach Ryan at email@example.com.
Katie Roebothan practices Labour and Employment law. She has experience in employment litigation, labour rights arbitrations, interest arbitrations and workers’ compensation matters, and has represented clients before NS Courts and Labour Board, in labour arbitrations and workers’ compensation tribunals. You can reach Katie at firstname.lastname@example.org.