How do bosses check up on staff who phone in sick?

How do bosses check up on staff who phone in sick?

Winter days may bring joy and happiness to some people. But the cold could also bring sickness to the workforce, with 62% of sick days being taken between November and February, according to research from CareerBuilder.

While the typical practice for reporting illness is a doctor’s note (65%) and notifying the workplace via phone (52%), other managers have gone the extra mile – literally in some instances – to ensure staff had a genuine malady, according to the research.

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