sick note


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sick note

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) informal Brit a document given to an employer certifying that an employee's absence from work of more than four days was due to illness. If the absence is for more than seven days the note must be signed by a doctor. See also self-certification
Translations
neschopenka
sygemelding
lääkärintodistus
liječnička potvrda
病欠届け
병으로 인한 결석 통지
sjukintyg
จดหมายลาป่วยที่แพทย์เป็นผู้เขียน
giấy cho nghỉ ốm

sick note

n (Brit inf) → Krankmeldung f

sick note

ncertificato di malattia

sick note

إِذْن غياب مرضي neschopenka sygemelding Krankmeldung σημείωμα από γιατρό constancia de enfermedad, parte de enfermedad lääkärintodistus certificat médical liječnička potvrda certificato medico 病欠届け 병으로 인한 결석 통지 doktersverklaring sykmelding usprawiedliwienie atestado médico больничный лист sjukintyg จดหมายลาป่วยที่แพทย์เป็นผู้เขียน hasta belgesi giấy cho nghỉ ốm 病假条
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I called my friends who suggested I go and visit a clinic near my house and buy a sick note.
In addition, the employer is prohibited from requiring a sick note for absences of less than three consecutive days.
From yesterday, the fit note replaced the traditional sick note and is set to cut the cost of sick leave for employers and benefit the UK economy by an estimated pounds 240m over the next 10 years.
Well next month a new system comes into force that employers will welcome: the introduction of the fit note, replacing the traditional sick note.
A TEENAGER accused of making a false rape claim has sent a sick note to crown court.
The death was confirmed as the government said swine flu victims could stay off work for 14 days without a sick note if the pandemic worsens.
Three of his drivers were regularly absent from work, on the pretence of being sick; getting a sick note and then using the time-off to drive holiday tour-coaches.
The sick note system has not changed since the NHS was created in 1948 but ministers claim fit notes, which could be issued electronically, would help the sick return to work quicker.
A year ago, the Work and Pensions Secretary, Peter Hain said he intended to "tear up sick note Britain".
It follows The People's revelations last week on the sick note capital of Britain where 20 per cent of folk are living off the handout.
Calculations on the number of 'bogus' sick note requests is based on a total of 38,000 GPs in the UK who receive an average of 577 requests for sick notes every year.
OneGP in Fulham offered to write abogus sick note in exchange for a fee of pounds 1,000.