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By Sady_Ct / Wednesday 27 March 2019 07:00 / Australia
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By  raven_of_azarath  |  28

I would leave a voicemail telling them what’s going on, then, if you can, go get a doctor’s note to back it up. You’ve then told them, and with the note, they can’t fire you.

By  ajh1800  |  24

That seems like shitty management. As long as you try your best to get in contact with them to let them know whats going on, the rest is on their lack of responsibly.

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By  raven_of_azarath  |  28

I would leave a voicemail telling them what’s going on, then, if you can, go get a doctor’s note to back it up. You’ve then told them, and with the note, they can’t fire you.

By  ajh1800  |  24

That seems like shitty management. As long as you try your best to get in contact with them to let them know whats going on, the rest is on their lack of responsibly.

By  Roznoel Roz  |  5

Get well soon! :)

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  Trumane  |  4

Aged Care for one. Generally any sort of health care job where I live you need to not show symptoms for certain illnesses for 72 hours before you can return to work. Protects vulnerable people after all.