columbia wrote:My boss has a pretty liberal, "if you come in to work, but have to go to the doctor or get sick" policy and doesn't require anyone to use up sick or leave time.
We all benefit from it, so I can't complain too much. However, I looked at the staff calendar today and one person - who is constantly doing this - has 4 "events" marked for the next two weeks.
In the long run, it adds up and a number of coworkers have mentioned it in the past....Sure, it's allowed, but there's a point where it translates into taking advantage of the system.
ExPatriatePen wrote:Maybe she's just not able. Since you obviously are able, why shouldn't you pick up some of her workload? Seems like the progressive thing to do.
(The above was tongue in cheek - obviously the "degree" is way off, but the underlying principle isn't much different from the larger point fiscal conservatives have been making for years.)
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