Some people are punctually challenged and are always late. They have a habit of chronic tardiness.
Companies in Richmond, Virginia report that some employees have a problem reporting to work on time. The tardiness ranges from a few minutes late to even an hour or more. After being warned, employees show up on time for a few weeks, then they revert to their old habit of being late again. Docking their pay doesn’t seem to help.
Some people show up late for church on a regular basis not realizing that being on time is a form of godliness.
Now there is a new invention that might help late-comers be on time for work, for church, for doctors’ appointment and other places that require them to be prompt.
A clock that has been designed with the tardy person in mind. Notice that the correct time is shown with a few minutes leeway.
The clock has gained popularity in Europe and Japan.
(See the pictures on the left).