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    is my doctor wrong or is my works boss wrong

    came back from the phils on sunday but ive been feeling ill since friday, so ive been off work sick mon tue wed,
    my boss says that i have to have a doctors note because im absent from work straight after time off as holiday, she says its policy,
    the doctor says that im not a legal requirement, and i should self certify my self for the first week, but he gave me a note anyway, he wasnt happy, see note below

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    looks like his message to your employer


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    I think your boss has the verbal type of your diagnosed complaint Tony.
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    Thats the first time I was able to read a Doctors note!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by fred View Post
    Thats the first time I was able to read a Doctors note!!
    ... they're usually an illegible scrawl!


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    one off doc

    I'm sure you need a sicknote after 3 days off
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    Quote Originally Posted by joebloggs View Post
    one off doc

    I'm sure you need a sicknote after 3 days off
    Wouldn't really know WHAT the procedure is nowadays ... ... things will no doubt have changed since I last worked.


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    hahahaha...that's funny! Well I'm sure your boss can accept that!
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    misses just told me its after 7 days that docs give sick notes.
    upto 7 days you can do a self certified note
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    All I know is in my job you can self certify for 7 days.

    I know because I had Bronchitis in October and was off for 2 weeks. First time I had been off sick in years.


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    Quote Originally Posted by joebloggs View Post
    misses just told me its after 7 days that docs give sick notes.
    upto 7 days you can do a self certified note
    yes your misses is correct
    but the companies always doubt especially if a worker has just been on a long holiday then call off work because their sick.
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    classic!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by sars_notd_virus View Post
    yes your misses is correct
    but the companies always doubt especially if a worker has just been on a long holiday then call off work because their sick.
    was there not a court ruling, if you was sick on holiday, you could claim them days holiday back from work.

    i know someone who did this,

    yes here,

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worl...f-Justice.html

    tony if you really want to your employer off, tell them you want to claim the Friday when you was sick back as a holiday
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