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‘Don’t Believe I’m Sick?’ People Are Applauding The Way This Employee Got Revenge On Her Manager
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‘Don’t Believe I’m Sick?’ People Are Applauding The Way This Employee Got Revenge On Her Manager

A good manager has your back when you need it. But when Sarah was sick, her boss made her come in regardless. Afraid of the possible consequences after being reminded of the company’s strict absence policy, she agreed. As soon as she arrived, her colleagues noticed something was wrong. And that was only the beginning of it. There was vomit, there was mopping, and even a written warning. However, not necessarily all of them were done by poor Sarah. Scroll down to check out how everything unfolded!

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wusah
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3 years ago

So glad I work for school that I have 10 days I'm sick days and I can carry them over every year if I don't use them. We're born to stay home when we're sick! Nobody wants that shit spreading around the school

wusah
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3 years ago

Warned not born... lol

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Night Owl
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3 years ago

"you ignorant walnut" :D I have to remember that one

diane a
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3 years ago

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Daria B
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3 years ago (edited)

I understand making a big deal about attendance in school, where you're dealing with joking and mischievous youth (and those who are really sick usually have protection from their parents anyway). But with adults at work? Responsible people who somewhat chose to work for you? The more of an asshole you are about it, the more will people hate coming.

diane a
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3 years ago (edited)

What does irritate me slightly (being a non-driver) is when people who drive say they cannot come to work - because oftemporary lack of a car, or being unable to drive, when there is public transport available. One lady who I covered for on a temporary contract took 3 months sick leave - because that was the amount of time she was told she shouldnt drive for following an operation. The bus I went to work on every morning to cover her job went right past her house - she wouldnt use it. In the meantime she was back to jogging and the gym but would not use public transport to go to work. Us non-drivers dont have that excuse to use.One lady I worked with lived in a very inaccessible Glen in Scotland - she took almost 50% of time off in winter due to "snow leave" when there was barely a sprinkling or none at all anywhere near work. Kind of feel you shouldnt take a reponsible job knowing full-well you are not going to be able to get there half the winter

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wusah
Community Member
3 years ago

So glad I work for school that I have 10 days I'm sick days and I can carry them over every year if I don't use them. We're born to stay home when we're sick! Nobody wants that shit spreading around the school

wusah
Community Member
3 years ago

Warned not born... lol

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Night Owl
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3 years ago

"you ignorant walnut" :D I have to remember that one

diane a
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3 years ago

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Daria B
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3 years ago (edited)

I understand making a big deal about attendance in school, where you're dealing with joking and mischievous youth (and those who are really sick usually have protection from their parents anyway). But with adults at work? Responsible people who somewhat chose to work for you? The more of an asshole you are about it, the more will people hate coming.

diane a
Community Member
3 years ago (edited)

What does irritate me slightly (being a non-driver) is when people who drive say they cannot come to work - because oftemporary lack of a car, or being unable to drive, when there is public transport available. One lady who I covered for on a temporary contract took 3 months sick leave - because that was the amount of time she was told she shouldnt drive for following an operation. The bus I went to work on every morning to cover her job went right past her house - she wouldnt use it. In the meantime she was back to jogging and the gym but would not use public transport to go to work. Us non-drivers dont have that excuse to use.One lady I worked with lived in a very inaccessible Glen in Scotland - she took almost 50% of time off in winter due to "snow leave" when there was barely a sprinkling or none at all anywhere near work. Kind of feel you shouldnt take a reponsible job knowing full-well you are not going to be able to get there half the winter

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