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Being Late May Be Okay

If you're always running late for work, you mightn’t need to worry. Take a moment to evaluate if your serial lateness is hurting your career or if it just means tacking on an extra 15 minutes to the end of your workday. Suite101 has some good advice, including making sure your boss is on the same page!

Posted: 2/8/08
Anonymous

No way is being late OK. Doesn't matter if your boss is late everyday and everyone else is late too, you should be on time.

  • By Anonymous
  • on 3/1/08 10:37 PM EST