Skipping Out Early

If you have ever worked in a regularly timed place of employment which pays you by the hour, you know what some of the consequences forSkipping Out Early skipping out early are. Sometimes, your coworkers envy you. Sometimes, they feel like you are skipping out on your share of the work, and that they could make more money for less work if everyone stayed on later. Sometimes, you get caught by your boss.

Whatever the scenario may be, it is widely understood that skipping out early is not something to do on a regular basis. You could get in trouble for it. You could be penalized for it. You could even get fired for it, if you are seen as someone who does not take their job or the work of the business they are in seriously. This means that you must always be ever watchful for leaving work too soon.

Now, when it comes to being professional, those who would be likely to do drugs or drink alcohol on or near the worksite are the first to leave and, sometimes, they are even the ones who…at least, temporarily…get paid the most. If this seems unfair at first, remember that those who act like they have a salary position are the ones who are mostly likely to get them.

Now, we will return to professionalism. Many people who find themselves at a loss for finding emotional intelligence will be unable to cope with the repercussions for skipping out early, and again, they are the ones most likely to do so. Why would anyone sabotage themselves like that?

They need a standard set for them. They need a minimum goodness of behavior to strive for. That is where employee drug testing comes in. Alcohol tests, like our Lifeloc FC10 breathalyser device, are also part of this minimum standard of behavior.

For onsite drug testing, visit our sister site, Mediscreen. However, for the parts themselves, so to speak, visit CMM Technology, the home page of this article. We deal exclusively in breathalyser devices, drug test equipment, and our NATA accredited breathalyser recalibration service.

Skipping out early? Maybe that’s a good way to go. Maybe, just maybe, you can slide out of the door in time: (+61) 1300 79 70 30.

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