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Updated 08 April 2013

Unfair treatment at work?

Do you think this user is being treated unfairly? Or does the fault lie with her or her manager? Have your say.

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This user has been absent from work a lot because she has been ill recently. But she now feels she is being treated unfairly at work, as she is being pressurised to finish her work, while her colleagues come late, leave early and spend the day playing Solitaire - and they seem to be getting away with it.

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Who do you think is at fault here? The user, her colleagues, or her manager? Or all three?

(Susan Erasmus, Health24, February 2013)

 
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