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Depends on how the classroom is set up. If they can come in and sit in the back, I think that is fine.
Maybe after a good portion has been covered; but sometimes there are circumstances beyond ones control.
No. Respect those that made it on time and make your way quietly to the back.
Nope. I don't think that is necessary. As agents we all know the importance of being on time. Let us hope that the reason one is late was unforseen.
Wanda Kubat-Nerdin Yes, they should give the people already seated the courtesy of getting there on time. I used to do this at staff meetings. They were on time at the next meeting.
Not neccessarily, but some kind of quiet etiquet shoud be involved.
No, but someone at the door should direct them to seats at the back.
They can sit in the back. A
No, things happen. They can sit in the back and not disturb anyone.
Good idea Wanda Kubat-Nerdin - however, not so practical for few reasons beyond everyone's control!
One option should be - keep the entry from back door so that others are not distrubed.
I think the doors should always be open to everyone, late or not.