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Hello, my name is Ben and it is my pleasure to assist you with your question today. can you tell me how long she has been in your employment please
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ok. I will wait for your response many thanks
ok thank you I am working in London and will have to travel back later I will get my advice ready and get back ASAP
Hello again, just because someone is acting fine when they return to work does not mean that they were not genuinely ill. Everyone reacts in different ways and some may feel better quicker than others so do not always assume the worst. In other words you need to give them the benefit of the doubt to some extent.
However, if there is clear evidence they may be faking their illness, you could consider disciplinary action but only if you are confident they were likely lying about this. You may then request further evidence, such as doctors’ notes as part o the investigation but if they have a valid doctor’s note or report then unless you have conflicting professional opinion from another doctor about this, it would be difficult to challenge it as you are not medically qualified to make an opinion on her health status.
Hope this clarifies your position?
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