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The Craziest Late-to-Work Excuses

The Craziest Late-to-Work Excuses

The rain, a pileup on the freeway—"the boss has heard them all," said Gene Marks in The Washington Post. Excuses for being late to work are essentially the same in every industry, according to a Career Builder survey of more than 1000 HR managers. ...

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