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Employee forgot he had been hired for the job.
This sounds like a communication breakdown – and a reminder to always get an offer in writing.
Employee’s sobriety tool wouldn't allow the car to start.
The boss wouldn't want a drunk employee in the office, would they?
Employee’s hair turned orange from dying her hair at home.
It would be a workplace distraction.
Employee got sick from reading too much.
The employer probably received too little Vitamin D.
Employee’s toe was stuck in a faucet.
Reasonably, how you could expect the employee to get to the office in that condition?
Employee said her dog was having a nervous breakdown.
Dogs are family! And you wouldn't leave a family member to go to work if he or she was in the midst of a nervous breakdown, would you?
Employee said a bird bit her.
Let this excuse serve as a reminder for everyone to watch The Birds, so this won't happen to you.
Employee was suffering from a broken heart.
Actually, broken heart syndrome – cardiomyopathy – is a real condition. A severe dose of adrenaline can stun the bottom half of the heart, causing it to stop working and send the other half of the heart into overdrive. This condition probably didn't occur in this employee's case.
Employee was upset after watching “The Hunger Games”.
Probably broken heart syndrome.
Employee’s dead grandmother was being exhumed for a police investigation.
At the very least, this one has to be true or a really good lie. That would not be the very first thing that most employees would make up.
Published by Medicaldaily.com