Being late for work results in $3B annual loss in productivity in US

June 12, 2013

Online Clock decided to explore the topic of being late for work and created an infographic with an educational video.

It turns out that tardiness costs US economy $3 billion per year in productive hours, which backs out to 16% of workers being late for work at least once per week. Watch this video to learn how to get away with being late for work:

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