For early childhood service staff/ paid employers here are the core things you need to know when deciding how to respond to an employee who is late to work on one or only a few days, or is a chronic latecomer.
1. Responding to a one-off or infrequent occurrence
2. Responding to an employee who is often late for work
When you can and when you should not issue a warning to fire an employee.
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