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Late trains, road works, broken alarm clocks; all are valid excuses for being late to work once in a while. But for small businesses, persistent staff lateness can seriously affect your productivity and profits. Here we look at the steps that you can take to manage and prevent lateness. Lateness occurs where an employee fails to be available at work to start his or her shift/working day on time. This can have time and cost implications for small businesses as others may not be able to complete work or will have to work overtime to provide cover. Set some rules