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Procrastination [Aug. 16th, 2016|02:52 pm]
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[User Picture]From: songquake
2016-08-16 11:34 pm (UTC)
I answered the poll kinda in jest, but my brain's answer is more along the lines of, "if it takes you away from your work and you don't get the work done that day, then you should take sick time." That goes both for doctors' visits and therapy appointments (of the mental and/or physical variety)--if I have to "miss work" in order to do it (and can't make it up later in the week; I have a fair bit of flexibility in my schedule at present, I take the leave time.

And I'm personally of the "what if I get REALLY sick later?" variety of discernment, to the chagrin of my coworkers and manager, who've more than once sent me home because I showed up to work unable to do much but thinking I had to be there because I wasn't infectious. But I think that I'm (a) more medically fragile than you; (b) less sensible about such things.
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[User Picture]From: randomdreams
2016-08-17 12:52 am (UTC)
If in the US do what HR tells you they allow. If not, I'd lean towards if it helps you, count it.
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