EMPLOYMENT

TARDINESS POLICY

At Riverside, a safety-first focus paramount for our employees, the public and the environment.

Tardiness Policy

As a requirement for employment, all employees are required and expected to report to work and be ready to start the shift at the time designated by the supervisor.  It is the responsibility of the employee to provide their own means of getting to and from the job site where the work is to be performed.  Riverside Contracting will not adjust the work schedule of the job to accommodate an employee.

Tardiness will not be tolerated or permitted.  When an employee is late or tardy for work, the supervisor will call the office to determine if this is the 1st or 2nd offense.  After this is determined, the following steps will be taken.

  • 1st  Violation

    • The employee will be given a written warning (tardy slip) that will go in their permanent file and be on record at the office.

  • 2nd Violation

    • The employee will be given a written warning (tardy slip) and disciplinary action will be taken which could result in termination.

Riverside Contracting recognizes that there may be extenuating circumstances that could cause an employee to be late for work.  Riverside Contracting will work with the employee under these types of situations.  Habitual offenses will not be tolerated.

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