by Lee Wyatt
(last updated January 3, 2017)
Years ago, I used to have a coworker who was chronically late to work. I'm not talking about late as in always showing up 30 minutes after the start of their shift, but more like off by 5 or 10 minutes. Each and every day, they would show up late. For some reason, this person simply had trouble getting to work on time. While initially this habit wasn't enough to get them fired, it was enough to affect their performance evaluation. Getting to work on time isn't that difficult to do, if you make an effort of it. All you need to really do is follow these simple guidelines and you can ensure that you are will be to work when you are supposed to be.
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