Your team needs to be at full capacity to reach production goals, so it’s beyond frustrating when someone doesn’t show up to work. Of course, you expect employees to occasionally call off, but it’s a different story when they can’t be bothered to let you know they won’t be in.
Not only do no-shows leave you understaffed, but they’re also a blatant sign of disrespect. Furthermore, you can’t rely on an employee with a reputation of not showing up. Here’s some advice to help you take charge of this situation.