You’re Not Officially Late, Until You’re This Many Minutes Late
Since the era of cell phones, you have to admit our concept of time has gotten a lot more casual.
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It's called "time softening," and it describes how "on time" means one thing to someone, and another to someone else.
However, according to a study by CareerBuilder.com, the average boss will consider you late once you go past six minutes.
The study also noted that almost 30% of us are guilty of being late once a month, and 16% are late once a week.