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- Tardiness is defined as reporting to work late at the beginning of the work shift, leaving early or returning late from a rest break or meal, or leaving work early at the end of the work day, all without approval.
- Tardiness will result in leave without pay, unless leave with pay is approved by your supervisor for extenuating circumstances.
- The University’s system of “rounding time” does not excuse tardiness nor applies to beginning of or end of the work shift. It only applies to the way leave is reflected in the system.
- Excessive Tardiness may result in initiation of progressive disciplinary action.