Absence | M&S employee fired for 'taking too many sick days'

M&S employee fired for 'taking too many sick days'

A former M&S employee has alleged that she was fired for 'taking too much time off work' when she suffered from a string of injuries including a sick bug, dental problems, and a trapped nerve – The Mirror reported.

Natalie Dalziel, who was employed by M&S from 2016 as a permanent part-time employee, claimed that she was struck down by these illnesses over an eight-month period and described her sacking as a ‘kick in the teeth’.

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