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    When you can't come to work

    What do you say when you can't come to work because of being sick?

    "John called in sick." Any other words?
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    Re: When you can't come to work

    John was sick and couldn't work.


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    Re: When you can't come to work

    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee View Post
    John was sick and couldn't work.

    Is there another word for "call in sick"?

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