Posted on 19 February 2012.
Many times when employees call in sick, they actually are not. There are other underlying reasons which prevent employees from going to work. This article examines just 10 reasons, using survey results compiled on the subject.
1. Morning Fun:
2. Important Event:
3. Bad Mood:
Many people who are in bad moods never admit it to their bosses. They basically see it as a reason to stay home and relax and take a chill pill. Telling the boss this could be grounds for dismissal…so they use the common excuse “I am sick”.
Many employees get a number of sick days they could use per year. This only applies to the person if he/she is actually sick. They cannot use it for purposes like court appearance. The person, who revealed this as his answer, said his worst nightmare came true when he saw someone from his work in court as well. Lots of explaining to do!
5. Extended Vacation:
Many people only get certain days to take a vacation. If they go over their limit, the days off are deducted from their paychecks. To prevent losing money, employees call in sick, quoting “I contracted a flu while on vacation.” This excuse allows some to use up their sick days, which are paid for occasionally.