Job/HR related question, not showing up for a shift
If an employee handbook says you can be fired for not showing up for 3 days in a row...does that mean if someone were to just not show up one day or even two days and then roll up the next day like no big deal, they can't fire you because it wasn't 3 days? Personally, I think you should be fired for missing/no show/no call unless it was some emergency type reason.
My son just started a new job and he didnt have his schedule (his fault) for the next week...the day he checked and set up the app, he had missed a shift that day. He seems to thinks it's no big deal that he missed that shift..."they can't fire you for missing one day"...he's got that 3 day thing stuck in his head.
What gets me is that he would think it's ok not to show up for work. Seriously??
Any HR people here that can answer that? Not how my kids thinks, but about the 3 day no show/no call...