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    Legally time allowed for tardiness

    What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? CALIFORNIA

    I JUST WANT TO ASK, IF THERE IS A LEGAL TIME OR HOW MANY MINUTE/S THAT WE ARE ALLOWED NOT BE CONSIDERED AS LATE?

    THANKS!


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    Q: I JUST WANT TO ASK, IF THERE IS A LEGAL TIME OR HOW MANY MINUTE/S THAT WE ARE ALLOWED NOT BE CONSIDERED AS LATE?

    A: Yes. Zero.


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    It's the same as the number of miles-per-hour that you are allowed to go over the speed limit before you are considered speeding.


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    Given that employers can fire you for not being tardy just as legally as they can fire you for being tardy, I hardly think that a "tardy grace period" would be enshrined in law.


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    No. There is no law granting you x minutes that you can be late without being considered tardy. If you are due in at 8:00 and you come in at 8:00:01 you can be considered tardy and the law will not have a thing to say about it.


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