There is nothing like encouraging people to go to work so they can help the spread of influenza, the common cold, and other maladies. Within a few month they will have even lower attendance, while incurring higher medical cost.
Incorrect. That's not what they are asking. If you are sick, stay home. Just let's see some proof, is all.
posted on 05/11/2005 6:05:16 AM PDT
(Not Elected Pope Since 4/19/2005.)
If you are sick, stay home. Just let's see some proof, is all.
Most people don't usually run to a doctors office to treat a head cold or a stomach upset. So would you rather have them puking and sneezing in the office, or running off to run up a medical tab? I am willing to bet that, unless you are dealing with hypochondria, 90% of the of the illnesses this covers are the stuff that is treated at home with over the counter medications. It would be kinda hard to get a validated medical report on that stuff...if not nearly impossible to even get a medical appointment. Would a half-empty bottle of Asprin satisfy you as adequate "proof"?
posted on 05/11/2005 6:16:11 AM PDT
(Abuse of power comes as no surprise)
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