Do Not Give Your Employer and Excuse to Fire You

April 10, 2014

Sometimes, for valid reasons, employees cannot show up for their schedule shifts.  However, it is very important that when you are not able to show up, that you follow the procedure for reporting the absence or tardiness.  Many employers have in their attendance policies that employment is subject to termination for a no call, no show, especially if they occur on multiple consecutive occasions.  What is worse, the employer may even take the position that you resigned and fight any claim for unemployment compensation.  If you have been subject to discipline because of a work attendance issue, please contact your Tampa Employment Lawyer, Darren McClain. 

This post was written by Darren McClain