Why Bosses No Longer Care If You’re Late for Work

This post refers to mashable.com

Samatha Murphy:

U.S. employers said they will tolerate, on average, someone showing up about 37 minutes late to work, while British bosses are stricter by wanting employees no later than 24 minutes into the working day. Meanwhile, many employers are now allowing staffers to work remotely from home about a quarter of the week.

I don’t talk about my day job very much on here, but I can tell you that my company doesn’t really have set start and stop times for work anymore. The expectation is that you get the work assigned to you done, when it works best for you. Obviously that has it’s pros and cons but it creates nice flexibility.