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If your boss wants everyone in the office for eight hours a day unless they’re sick and you’re more flexible, then you need to talk with your boss.
Ideally you should be able to make these calls for your department and should be able to say to your boss “here’s the system I’d like to use and why I think it’s best” and your boss would say “it’s not how I would do it, but as long as things are running effectively, it’s your call.” Of course, in reality, your boss might be unreasonably rigid on this issue and not agree to let you manage it as you think best …
From reading your blog, I know I should focus on the issue of frequently fluctuating staff and my boss’s expectation, rather than the reason for each and every request.
What is a reasonable policy for last-minute schedule changes or days off? So far I’ve approved last-minute schedule changes because I understand that life happens and the reasons haven’t been outlandish. I had about 14 last-minute requests over the last four weeks, ranging from finishing the day from home to working the entire day from home to taking the day off.
Besides the high volume and not knowing when Teapot Tester Tina or Teapot Maker Tom will be around, the frequent changes result in multiple project shifts and sometimes delays.
What’s a fair policy that supports and encourages a team while still maintaining a standard of being in the office?
(As a side note, scheduled work from home days and days off are much less of a problem.