’Fess Up: Do You Go to Work When You’re Sick?
No question: Getting sick is a drag. But, according to a new CareerBuilder survey, it doesn’t always stop people from getting up and at ’em. Twenty percent of surveyed full-time workers say that, in the past year, they’ve called in sick but ended up working from home. And 30 percent say they go into the office even if they’re ill—so that they can save up their sick days for when they’re not under the weather.
Having an extra day to enjoy when you’re feeling 100 percent is definitely nice, but it can be tough to decide if your stuffiness is no big deal or if it’s necessary (for youandyour co-workers!) for you to spend the day under the covers.
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