Re: RE: Respond to Daily paid worker matters
Hi Mr Siew,
I've read your respond regarding the daily paid worker matter.
I have this issue :
"We have an employee who was once a permanent staff. During mid of the year, he resigned. Few mths later, he approach the boss and requested to work as a temporary staff, he also requested the daily wages to be settled on weekly basis.
He is a bit special, if he thinks that he got urgent matter, he'll not appear to work on that day without informing the company. If you do not see him punch the card, meaning he is absent for the day. Meaning to say, he decide when to come and when not to.
After evaluate his working attendance, we realised that he worked between 19days - 24days out of 26 days during a month, which in this case sounds like a monthly staff rather than a daily staff BUT he decide his own off day.
In this case :
(1) Is he still entitle for medical and annual leave? If so, how many days he should entitle for?
(2) The company do not appoint his own clinic or company doctor. If this staff is injured during work, how should we deal with his MC and receipts? Should the company pay him daily wages on his MC day?