Question: “We have an employee who some of us suspect is faking migraines so she can have time off or leave early when she wants. She does have( ) leave, but every time she has an alleged migraine, she spends hours logged on Facebook or Twitter (from her home) or she is off running errands. It is my understanding that if you have a migraine, you can’t function. If you call her out on it and even keep pressing, she just lies. Her behavior is affecting morale because our company adheres to a strict attendance policy. It is frustrating for someone to get an unexcused absence for being legitimately sick, whereas she calls in or leaves early at least once a week, and there is no repercussion. Is there anything we as her co-workers can do?” — Anonymous
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