CBS Philadelphia (01/11/13)
Lori Horrigan, Philadelphia regional vice president of Robert Half International, says there is a changing view of employees who call in sick to work. “We actually did a survey, and one-third of workers that were interviewed said that when a colleague comes in sick, they worry about getting sick as well. And only 8% are actually impressed by their dedication,” she says. Employees who come to work sick actually cause harm to companies, “because … they could get additional employees sick, so it could cost some real money.”
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