Tag: sick days
Keep Your Facility Healthy And Staff Happy This Cold And Flu Season
Often overlooked, the simple act of hand washing is the most effective way to prevent the spread of disease. Here are some tips for making sure it happens.
Did You Miss Our Tackle Allergies & Asthma In Your Facility Webinar?
View this free video webinar and learn the cost of allergies and asthma, how cleaning for health can remove allergy triggers from indoor air, and simple ways you can reduce contaminants from facilities.
Friday Funny: The Dog Ate My Car Keys
More workers are calling in sick when they’re not ill. Some feel the need to concoct an unbelievable excuse, according to CareerBuilder’s annual survey.
Most Americans Say Workplace Is Civil
In an increasingly uncivil society, the workplace is becoming a sanctuary for many Americans, according to the seventh annual Civility in America poll.
Did You Miss Our Impact Of Allergies On Building Occupants Webinar?
View this video webinar and learn how to address allergy concerns in your facility, removing the source of suffering—the allergens themselves.
Friday Funny: Blame It On The Llama
Faking a cough and claiming to be ill isn’t enough these days. Here are the year’s craziest excuses for calling in “sick,” courtesy of CareerBuilder.
Friday Funny: Sick Day? Blame It On Grandma’s Ham.
From claiming their grandmother poisoned them, to saying they have to spend the day dumpster diving, employers share the most absurd excuses employees have given for calling in sick in a new CareerBuilder survey.
Friday Funny: Sick Again? Don’t Try These Excuses
One in four employers has caught an employee faking sick through social media, and one in five has fired an employee for calling in sick with a fake excuse.
FRIDAY FUNNY: Outrageous Excuses
CareerBuilder’s Annual Study reveals that three in 10 workers go to work sick to save sick days for when they’re feeling well.
Sick Days Are Long Gone for US Office Workers
Staples Advantage conducted an online survey at organizations of all sizes across the U.S. The survey, conducted in July 2011, asked a series of questions about hygiene in the workplace and office sick day policies.