national sickie day


‘Mental health issues are the most common excuse for National Sickie Day’

ELAS, a business support service provider, coined ‘National Sickie Day’ after noticing an increased trend for absences on the first Monday of February, by its absence management team nearly 10 years ago. Other businesses in the UK found a similar trend within their organisations of employees also taking an unexplained sick day. Read More

‘National Sickie Day’ – the most popular day for staying in bed

If you called your boss today and told a few little lies about being under the weather, you weren’t alone. The first Read More



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