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Poor time keeping is inefficient and disrespectfulDon't allow lack of punctuality to go unremarked. This video illustrates how to comment on poor time keeping - and why you absolutely must!
Summary of learning messages
Don’t ignore poor punctuality
Say something the very first time someone is late
Be friendly and non-threatening
Say something like, ‘It’s not like you to be late, is everything OK?’
Saying something now avoids problems later on
Poor timekeeping becomes part of the culture if tardiness is left unchecked
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