You Aren’t Late Until You’re Six Minutes Behind
Have you ever heard the line: “If you’re early, you’re on time . . . if you’re on time, you’re late . . . and if you’re late, you’re fired”? Turns out that’s not always true.
The average boss says they usually do give their employees some wiggle room when it comes to being late.
They say you’ve got about six minutes . . . after that, you’re late. But until then, you’re probably good.
According to CareerBuilder, 29% of people say they’re late to work at least once a month . . . and 16% are late at least once a week.
(NBC 36 – Charlotte / Business News Daily)
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