No Late Work Accepted Policy

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Thesis Statement: No Late Work Accepted Policy seeks to ensure that individuals remain focused on an assigned role.
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1. Definition of the no late work accepted policy 2. Applications of the policy
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1. Primary intention of the No Late Work Accepted Policy 2. Situations when the No Late Work Accepted Policy may not be applicable 3. Advantages and disadvantages of the No Late Work Accepted Policy
Conclusion
1. Current status of the No Late Work Accepted Policy in organizations

No Late Work Accepted Policy
‘No Late Work Accepted Policy’ is a plan of action adopted by an institution or an individual in order to make firm the manner in which individuals manage their roles (Jha 22). The major aim of the policy is to ensure that individuals complete a task assigned within a given deadline. The policy has many merits. Primarily, it ensures that an individual keeps time. Thus, time management forms an essential ingredient of the No Late Work Accepted Policy and is particularly crucial in managing an individual’s career, and the improving an individual’s life (Jha 24). The No Late Work Accepted Policy seeks to ensure that individuals remain focused on an assigned role.
The primary intention of the No Late Work Accepted Policy is to prohibit individuals from misusing the leniency previously accorded to submission of assigned tasks. Many people treat late tasks as an exceptional occurrence, as a result, many people have developed the habit of procrastination until the assigned task is overdue and the consequences may relate to penalties and minor sufferings (Tagg 8). The policy is beneficial as it exerts pressure on individual to adhere to the deadlines provided. On the other hand, the policy acts as an effective measure to prohibit lateness in submitting…...

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