Introduction Organizations are under continual pressure to adopt and maintain ethical practices. Stakeholders, including shareholders and customers, expect companies to behave ethically; when they don't, they are quick to voice their displeasure. In addition, the rise of social media has made it easier for people to share information about unethical behavior, putting pressure on companies
When it comes to safeguarding against fraud, waste, and abuse in the workplace, whistleblower hotlines play a critical role. A hotline provides employees with a confidential way to report suspected wrongdoing and can be an essential part of an organization's compliance program. When used effectively, whistleblower hotlines can be an invaluable asset for organizations. Here's
Every employer knows the confusion that can come with unexpected absences. When the absence reporting process isn’t streamlined, this confusion can go from a mild inconvenience to a potential threat to your business operations. That is where employee call-off hotlines come in. What is an Employee Call-Off Hotline? An employee call-off hotline is a dedicated
When it comes to ethics reporting and whistleblowing, there is sometimes confusion about the difference between confidential and anonymous reporting. Because both allow individuals to report misconduct without fear of reprisal, they are often used interchangeably, but there are critical differences between the two. Confidentiality refers to keeping information private between two parties, while anonymity
Important Elements of Your FMLA Attendance Policy for Employees Calling Off Work The regulations contained in the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) are complex. Unless you understand FMLA, you can find yourself in violation of the Act. Employer costs for FMLA violations can range from modest fines to crippling legal expenditures. The key is
An employee attendance policy helps optimize productivity and reduce absenteeism, but it is only effective if consistently enforced. And that can be easier said than done.
Companies looking to streamline their employee call-in procedures often start by addressing the most pressing problem: setting up a single point of contact for employees when they call in sick to work.
Occasionally employees miss work. They get sick; an emergency arises; they just need a day off — for whatever reason, they won’t be at work that day.
Employee attendance issues are not going away. Businesses often cite employee absenteeism as one of their most significant challenges.
If you don’t have many employees, handling absences is likely pretty straightforward. It’s an inconvenience, to be sure, and excessive absenteeism can have a staggering cost, but the administrative side of managing call-offs is simple in that you only have to keep track of who, what, and when.