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I'm really fed up & ill!

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banned8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
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banned8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
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#1
What sort of ill? Lurgy? Man flu? Food-poisoning-can't-get-off-the-bog type of ill?

You need to visit b3ta.com - that should cheer you up!
banned#2
Spod
What sort of ill? Lurgy? Man flu? Food-poisoning-can't-get-off-the-bog type of ill?

You need to visit b3ta.com - that should cheer you up!


It is an awful cold, tiredness and feeling really low.
banned#3
Craig david
http://i544.photobucket.com/albums/hh332/devilsunited/GetWellSoonII.gif


Thank you, that was lovely :thumbsup:
#4
hope u re not, free urself.
banned#5
saayinla
hope u re not, free urself.


How will I do that? :?
#6
Jump..
#7
hope you feel well soon
banned#8
saayinla
Jump..


I hope you are not advising me to commit suicide, if you are then you are ill too.
banned#9
strike
hope you feel well soon


Thanks strike.
#10
DLM
I hope you are not advising me to commit suicide, if you are then you are ill too.


cause not. i mean enjoy urself... jump jump....
banned#11
saayinla
cause not. i mean enjoy urself... jump jump....


I haven't got the energy, I feel totally wasted.
#12
Step-by-step instructions on getting better: :-D

http://img410.imageshack.us/img410/613/getwellcatsct9.jpg
http://img410.imageshack.us/img410/getwellcatsct9.jpg/1/w394.png
banned#13
hexen
Step-by-step instructions on getting better: :-D

http://img410.imageshack.us/img410/613/getwellcatsct9.jpg
http://img410.imageshack.us/img410/getwellcatsct9.jpg/1/w394.png


Aw, thanks.

I tried to rest but my mind is whirling.
#14
DLM
It is an awful cold, tiredness and feeling really low.


If you like sci-fi these clips might cheer you up:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kzlOBn029b8&feature=channel_page
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=55lfbMr8gqo&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J4HTDS8p-Lo

Go to bed with a steaming hot nurse and you'll hopefully feel better soon.
#15
hope you're better soon x x x x x
banned#16
Angelstar
hope you're better soon x x x x x


Thanks honey, I am really worried about ringing in work tomorrow but I know that this will take a while to shift x x
#17
DLM
Thanks honey, I am really worried about ringing in work tomorrow but I know that this will take a while to shift x x


maybe tell them you have flu x x x x x
banned#18
Angelstar
maybe tell them you have flu x x x x x


I will have to, this job has been a disaster from day 1 :-(
#19
DLM
I will have to, this job has been a disaster from day 1 :-(

don't forget if you are off more than 3 days u will need a self certificate form, just incase you forget x x x x x x
banned#20
Angelstar
don't forget if you are off more than 3 days u will need a self certificate form, just incase you forget x x x x x x


Thanks honey :thumbsup:
1 Like #21
Telling your employer you are off sick


If you can, you should tell your employer straight away that you are ill and unable to go to work. You may lose sick pay if you don't tell your employer straight away, unless you have a good reason not to tell them.



Telling your employer you are sick – Statutory Sick Pay


Your employer may ask you to follow certain rules about telling them you are off sick. They still have to pay you SSP even if you don't follow these rules. For example, they still have to pay you SSP even if you don't:


provide a medical certificate until your eighth day of illness
phone in by a certain time of day to tell them you are sick
phone in more than once a week when you are off sick
phone in yourself and ask someone else to do it on your behalf.

However, if you break the rules, you will be breaking the terms of your employment contract and eventually this could lead to you losing your job. Your employer must let you know what these rules are in advance.



Telling your employer you are sick – contractual sick pay


Your employer may ask you to follow certain rules about telling them you are off sick. For example, they may insist that you:


provide a medical certificate immediately
phone in by a certain time of day to tell them you are sick
phone in more than once a week when you are off sick
phone in yourself (not ask someone else to do it on your behalf).

Your employer must let you know what these rules are in advance and if you break the rules, your employer can refuse to pay you your contractual sick pay. For example, our employer can refuse to pay you contractual sick pay for the days you are off and do not call in sick. Also if you break the rules, you will be breaking the terms of your employment contract and eventually this could lead to you losing your job.
#22
Download this, fill it in, send it to your employers it should cover you for the next few days

What proof of sickness do I need?
You must inform your employer that you are sick. Employers must accept notification if someone else makes it on your behalf.
You must also provide evidence of sickness as required by your employer. However, employers cannot ask for a doctor's note to cover periods of sickness lasting seven days or less. Instead you must provide some type of self-certification. This could be form SP2 which you can get from GP surgeries, or download it from the website of HM Revenue & Customs - [url]www.hmrc.gov.uk/forms/sc2.pdf[/url]
Your employer will normally require a doctor's sick note after seven days sickness. They cannot ask for evidence of sickness to be produced more often than once a week.
banned#23
MrGrumpyman
What proof of sickness do I need?
You must inform your employer that you are sick. Employers must accept notification if someone else makes it on your behalf.
You must also provide evidence of sickness as required by your employer. However, employers cannot ask for a doctor's note to cover periods of sickness lasting seven days or less. Instead you must provide some type of self-certification. This could be form SP2 which you can get from GP surgeries, or download it from the website of HM Revenue & Customs - [url]www.hmrc.gov.uk/forms/sc2.pdf[/url]
Your employer will normally require a doctor's sick note after seven days sickness. They cannot ask for evidence of sickness to be produced more often than once a week.


I am only casual, so there is no chance of sick pay.
#24
DLM
Thanks honey :thumbsup:

your welcome x x x x x
#25
awwwww :friends: hope you're better soon sweetie xxx
banned#26
lyndsbowes
awwwww :friends: hope you're better soon sweetie xxx


Thank you, I am very down with one thing and another x x
#27
get well soon

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