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Date Posted: 09:04:32 01/19/07 Fri
In reply to: co 's message, "Re: Can anybody tell me about any cases that involved sick time use, and the outcome" on 18:52:24 01/16/07 Tue

The contract has the exact language that must be included in sick notes. SL-1 and SL-2 are spelled out clearly. Take a look at your contract and write a sample note for your doctor to use as a guide. Don't let your doctor deviate from your sample and you should never have a problem with a sick note again.

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Re: Contract (NT)The ER doctors are to busy to deal with the contract lanquage. thats what I was told by ER doc11:09:24 01/19/07 Fri

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