Written by T. Pascal Brown
Description: An example of a policy about starting and finishing work
Instructions: Read the sentences below and answer the questions or fill in the spaces.
Important Points are:
What the expectations are for you as an employee.
The importance of understanding and following instructions at work.
That working hard is the same as working smart.
That clocking in and clocking out is required of each employee.
That rules are to be followed by employees.
STARTING AND FINISHING WORK POLICY
Staff are required to clock in on starting work, and to clock out after finishing work at the end of the day.
Staff may only clock their own card.
On arriving at work, staff must clock in. On leaving work, staff must clock out. This applies to any absence during the working day as well.
It is unacceptable for staff to clock any other person’s card, and if this is done, may lead to Disciplinary Action being taken
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1: What does ‘to clock in’ mean?CorrectIncorrect
2: What do you do when you clock in?CorrectIncorrect
3: ‘Unacceptable’ means …………….CorrectIncorrect
4: ‘May lead to’ means ……………CorrectIncorrect
5: ‘A Disciplinary Action’ is for example ……………….CorrectIncorrect
6: In a factory people have to clock in and clock out to help the pay clerk know how much to pay you in your wages.CorrectIncorrect
7: You are not allowed to clock any other person in.CorrectIncorrect
8: Clocking in another person is like stealing something from the workplace.CorrectIncorrect
9: If you leave the workplace during the day you do not have to clock out in and clock back in.CorrectIncorrect
10: Clocking in and out means that the company can…………..CorrectIncorrect