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(BBC)   Please note: If you request time off for the deaths of your parents, uncle, aunt, brother and ex-husband, you're either going to be fired for lying, or for being bad luck to be around   (bbc.co.uk) divider line 2
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2013-04-05 02:23:36 PM
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chevydeuce: the place I work gives 3 days bereavement pay for deaths in the immediate family (on top of whatever vacation/sick days you want to take) and 5 days if the dead family member services are going to be more than 350 miles away....a former co-worker had a brother in Arkansas that died (we're in California), so he took the 5 days bereavement leave....now, he didn't travel to Arkansas for the funeral mind you...no, he just took the 5 days off....I thought that was a little odd.


We all grieve in our own way, I grieve with whiskey and hookers, it's a healing process.
2013-04-05 01:55:56 PM
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texdent: spentmiles: When I was manager of large call center - 350 people per shift, four shifts - I required a picture of the employee with the deceased.

Seriously?


Of course not. When is spentmiles ever serious?
 
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