4 April 2019
We’re sympathetic to genuine cases of illness or other problems which might make absence unavoidable. In-line with our sickness and absence policy & company handbook, we operate a discretionary sickness pay policy, at the discretion of your General Manager or Divisional Director. If you required four or more days off in a row, you would be entitled to statutory sick pay, provided that you’re eligible and have applied the correct processes.
If you required time off, you could expect a return to work meeting and support from your management team on your return.
You do NOT get any...!
You won’t get any, being ill is just taken that your skiving
No sick pay Entitlement and will be used against you by managers, director and HR attack dogs at a later date if you do .
If you are actually ill it will be documented and used against you in performance review and redundancies.
Your not allowed sick days , you will be forced to take it as annual leave , it’s not negotiable, Iits not your choice even to take an unpaid day of sick leave , I tried that but the manager raised her voice and belittled me in front of other staff. Oh and do not I repeat Do Not tell anyone about any medical problems , if you do expect to be forced into a Jardine group referall scheme where they ask you to fill out a form to enable a third party of doctor to get medical history from your doctors to discus the medical situation and for that information to be passed to your line manager
Just do the right thing and avoid
No sick days allowed, will not pay you