Can she persuade pal John to 'live a little' and throw a sickie
SCOTS are among the most likely to throw a sickie
at work - and they're top of the list when it comes to being off work because of a hangover.
PHONING in sick could soon become a thing of the past, as new research shows a quarter of bosses now accept text messages and emails from workers who "throw a sickie
You know the one - it advises those suffering from the sniffles to take a 'Benylin' day therefore encouraging, so bosses say, workers to throw a sickie
For they are Hans down the continent's first to hide under the duvet and throw a sickie
when the sniffles strike, says a study.
Is this the government's idea of a modern railway network - one that not only fails on Sundays because of staff shortages but also on bank holidays when staff decide to throw a sickie
Q I PLAN to throw a sickie
to go to the Open but I'm worried the boss will spot me on TV.
With one in ten workers planning to 'throw a sickie
' this month, according to a report published this week, employers must be consistent in their approach to managing absenteeism to avoid falling foul of the law, law firm Eversheds has warned.
While there are, no doubt, some workers happy to throw a sickie
when the mood takes them, the council will also have to look at the underlying problems.
Typically, though not surprisingly, workers are more likely to throw a sickie
on a Monday, with 37 per cent planning it in advance.
MORE workers will throw a sickie
today than any other day this year.
And somebody up there is definitely giving Diane a big clue to throw a sickie
when she wakes up to find her car's been stolen.
At least 18 per cent of Brummies plan to join the masses - some 1.8 million people - who will throw a sickie
from work to watch all the action on TV or even fly out to Germany for the g ames.
"This, then, is the perfect day to throw a sickie
WORKERS are much more likely to say they are well when they are ill than throw a sickie