This worker has every right to be furious at their (now former) employer. As u/lbo1000 shared to r/TalesFromYourServer, the management at their job has been treating them unfairly, and with this newest humiliation, they knew it was time to find work elsewhere.
As the OP writes, their place of business has an issue with last-minute callouts, but the OP claims they aren't part of that problem. Instead, over the past 6 months, the OP has never called out of work, and rarely shows up late. But then they got food poisoning, which will put any person out of commission for at least a few days. Now that the OP finally had to call out, their managers pushed back, and demanded a doctor's note.
The OP told them they didn't have insurance, and if they already identified their illness, they didn't feel the need to go see a medical professional over this. Instead, OP writes, "[I] told them I'd take the write-up." The OP's former bosses seem so petty — good for the OP for dipping out while they could.
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