It’s unavoidable that your employees will need to take a day off work once in a while. Whether that’s due to a family matter or a personal obligation, making accommodations for employees who need to call out occasionally is part of being an understanding and supportive employer. However, when excuses for missing work start to go off the rails, you may be wondering – when and how do you draw the line?
What are some common excuses for missing work?
As an employer or manager, you’ve likely heard every reason in the book for taking an unplanned personal day. These are some of the most common reasons for missing work: