H1N1 at work
This is a discussion on H1N1 at work within the Job Discrimination & Harassment forum, part of the Hiring, Firing, Wrongful Termination category; I work in Wilmington, Delaware. I had a mild case of H1N1 and was out of work for a few ...
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|Oct 27th, 2009, 08:27 PM||#1|
H1N1 at work
I work in Wilmington, Delaware. I had a mild case of H1N1 and was out of work for a few days. I returned to work on Friday, 10/23/09, and left within the hour because a co-worker called my boss to complain. I returned on Monday and she again complained to my boss, so I left after 3 hours. She said she was going to sue me and my boss if she got sick. My boss requested I get a note from my doctor and have it faxed to the co-worker. I did that today. The note was from my doctor's perscription pad and stated that I was able to return to work on Friday and was not contagious. The co-worker called my doctor's office, asked a lot of questions about my health, and said she would sue them, too, if she got sick. Is it possible for her to sue for getting the flu? Can I sue her for harassment?
Thank you for any help!
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