Should the Use of Fake Doctor’s Excuses be Encouraged?

Posted June 24th, 2014 by Angela Jackson

Well, this depends with different circumstances that one may find him or herself. Some may view these notes as very important to them but some may not conquer with them. Of course not even one boss will allow his employee to use such notes at any time of his or her operations under his custody. As a matter of fact, if the boss gets one of his workers forging a doctor’s excuse, he can decide to sack him or her on the spot.

For most employees, this kind of alibi is unacceptable. These professionals won’t let themselves be some kind of fraud, desperate enough to make up lame school excuses. Their reputation and pride always come first before anything else. However, not all employees are like this. The number of employees that had used this tool has been growing incredibly. It seems like everybody needs that extra day-offs to recollect themselves.

Some people discourage these notes as in the first place one may be risking the life of the doctor as well as his career in general. If a certain doctor’s name is used in a fake excuse and finally the authorities come to realize this fraud, tough measures can be taken against him or her.

Secondly, it is unethical to lie that you are suffering from a certain illness while in the real sense you are okay. Lying to your boss, your teacher or anybody using a forged document or physically is not good at all. Some term it as unprofessional. After one realizes that you were lying to them so that you can benefit from something, the level of respects that those people had for you start lowering which is not a good thing at all.

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