You'll Never Believe Some of the Excuses People Use for Calling Out Sick - AARP
Folks can think of creative and outlandish reason to call out of work. A survey from Career Builder compiled a list. Here are the seven best. An employee said he broke his arm reaching to grab a falling sandwich.
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