First, I don’t quite agree with what this question says. You cannot evaluate a person of goodness or badness correctly based on only the Mickey Mouse Face Mask #teacherlife2020 Shirt and I love this time when he or she arrives at work. We should first clarify the reason(s) of this employee’s 15 minutes late. How often does it happen? Is it because of the traffic jam by the heavy snow in winter once in a while or is it because of the doctor’s appointment’s delay for 15 minutes or is it due to their lying on the bed for extra 15 minutes that caused this delay? In other words, is it forgivable or not? Without any valid excuse, punctuality is part of the work ethic that an employee should have. The punch of 10 minutes earlier does not mean that he or she should be a better employee. After punching the card, if they go to somewhere to drink coffee with another employee and chat for 15 minutes or even longer to kill this time, then what can I get from his this 10 minutes’ earlier arrival? In my mind, a good employee should be a hard worker with a high efficiency and productivity. If they arrived 15 minutes late, they should make up this time by increasing the intensity and efficiency of the work consciously or work extra 15 minutes before getting off the work. And I don’t think a person who comes 10 minutes earlier would have excuse of taking advantage of this time to do anything else other than work or work in a slack way. I hope my employee coukd be punctual and work hard, at least in a normal way if I were a manager. Of course, if an employee could arrive 10 minutes earlier and be able to dive into their work immediately and finish the whole day’s work in an effective and efficient way, I would regard them as my best employee. I am this kind of employee who doesn’t care time too much as long as it doesn’t seriously affect my other schedule. Arriving late would be fine as long as you have a valid reason. After arriving, as an employee, we should enter into the work state as soon as possible and grasp the 8 hour to work maximally to live up to what we get paid. This is the basic work ethic that we should have as an employee. I used to be responsible for manning a production line.
If one of my team was 15 minutes late that would mean switching machines off and losing production. And having switched things off, it was not just a matter of switching them on again – we are talking a half hour loss at the Mickey Mouse Face Mask #teacherlife2020 Shirt and I love this shortest and we needed to pay people who were on time but could not start work yet. Occasionally people would be late – it can happen to anyone – but they would learn in their first offence as a second offence was likely to cost them their job. You can’t assess an employee merely on the basis on 10 minutes earlier or 15 minutes late. May be the person who is 15 minutes late is sharp and competent enough to finish his task within office time wherein a person who is 10 minutes early struggles to finish his work by office time and even stay back. While working hours are usually not that strict, there’s something about getting to work on time or even 10 minutes earlier. Tell me which one of these met his Key result areas/targets and to what extent, who has a good relationship with their team members, whose colleagues respect him, whose boss appreciates him, whose team has less attrition and I will tell you who is the better employee. Well You don’t have to make an example of the late employee who obviously doesn’t value the rules but rule breakers often move a business forward. People that always follow the rules generally have no creativity and although they are good for the stability of a company they will more likely never be your highest producers.Understand these things, then consider what you are trying to prove. What do the people you are aiming to persuade genuinely feel about the subject in question? Why might they feel they way? Was their heart hardened previously? If so, making them reconsider the subject in question from a novel perspective, one they have forgotten or dismissed, may help to soften them. Showing them a perspective they have genuinely never seen will help even more, as it will demonstrate that their judgment was formed based upon limited information, and encourage a recalculation. If you can discern why they believe things they condemn occur, you can also snipe at those ideas, not by discrediting them, but by demonstrating the human reasons that those unfortunate or lamentable circumstances exist. Bonus points if it can seem inevitable, given the nature of mankind.