A Marmon/Berkshire Hathaway Company
Human Resources Attendance Control Policy

Normal Working Hours are:

  • Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. – 1st shift

  • Monday through Friday from 4:00 p.m. – 12:30 a.m. – 2nd shift

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However, to meet the needs of its customers and the demands of a changing workplace, the Company may need to change an employee’s usual hours of work at times and for periods that may be hard to predict, or in some cases, on an ongoing basis.

Performance of overtime work is a condition of employment at Coilmaster.

Whenever possible, supervisors will give employees prior notice of required overtime. However, emergencies are the exception and when the need to work overtime arises, employees are expected to stay and work without prior notice in order to complete an order that must go out. Any refusal to work overtime hours will count on individual attendance records.

Attendance DURING the NEW-HIRE EVALUATION PERIOD:

During the first 90 days of your employment with Coilmaster Corporation, you will have the opportunity to learn your job, and your supervisor will evaluate your ability, interest and efficiency while you perform the type of work you have been assigned. During this period:

A new hire is allowed a maximum of two (2) absences or two (2) tardies, additional absence or tardies will result in termination. Upon completion of 90 days of employment standard Attendance Program guidelines apply. Occurrences obtained during the first 90 days are rolled into the standard Attendance Program.

Any failure to notify the company of absence or tardiness will result in disciplinary action. This includes failure to notify your supervisor AND Human Resources of the need to leave work early.

ABSENTEEISM POLICY

A day of absence includes not being physically at work on an employee’s scheduled work day and also includes arriving late (see Tardiness) or leaving work before the end of an employee’s scheduled work day even with prior permission or notification to the Company. Any absence of up to one half of a shift will count as a half day absence. Any absence of more than a half shift will count as a full day of absence.

During any calendar year, absenteeism shall cause the following progressive discipline:

Six (6) Absences on consecutive or non consecutive days Written Warning
Seventh (7) Absence – Absence on one additional consecutive or non consecutive day 2nd Written Warning and 1 Day Suspension
Eighth (8) Absence – Absence on one additional consecutive or non consecutive day Termination
NOTE: New Employees hired after June 30 are allowed a maximum of three (3) absences through December 31 the calendar year of hire, additional absence will result in termination. Standard Attendance program guidelines are effective January 1 the following year.

For employees hired after June 30, absenteeism shall cause the following progressive discipline:

Two (2) Absences on consecutive or non consecutive days Written Warning
Third (3) Absence – Absence on one additional consecutive or non consecutive day 2nd Written Warning and 1 Day Suspension
Fourth (4) Absence – Absence on one additional consecutive or non consecutive day Termination
NOTE: New Employees within their first 90 days of hire are allowed a maximum of two (2) absences, additional absence will result in termination. Upon completion of 90 days of employment standard Attendance Program guidelines apply. Occurrences obtained during the first 90 days are rolled into the standard Attendance Program.

NO REPORT

An employee absent for two (2) consecutive work days without notification to the Company will be considered as having quit, his/her employment will be terminated and he/she will be removed from the payroll.

TARDINESS

Tardiness is defined as not clocking in and being at your assigned work station or work area at the beginning of your scheduled work shift. Tardiness of less than 15 minutes will be excused one time per calendar month. More than one tardy per month of 15 minutes or less will be counted towards the progressive discipline listed below. Tardiness in excess of 15 minutes will be counted as Absenteeism.

During any calendar year, tardiness shall cause the following progressive discipline:

Tardiness on four different days Written Warning
Tardiness on one additional day 2nd Written Warning and 1 Day Suspension
Tardiness on one additional day Termination
NOTE: New Employees within their first 90 days of hire are allowed a maximum of two (2) tardies, additional tardiness will result in termination. Upon completion of 90 days of employment standard Attendance Program guidelines apply. Occurrences obtained during the first 90 days are rolled into the standard Attendance Program.

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