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Desire to make an "ironman" impression;
A meeting that has to be attended in-person;
Fear of passive-aggressive reprisals by the company (not extending opportunities, etc);
Not wanting to fall too far behind
We had a problem of people taking too much sick leave (attempting to take available hours while also coming in to work), but definitely nothing on the other end.
I presume you removed all "businesses" that were non-profits (exempt, for some stupid excuse that makes no economic sense), state, county, or port owned.
The rules only apply to Seattle businesses.
Sadly, there is belief that the flu actually manipulates people into being more social during the most contagious phase, just before the symptoms show up. So, we might be fucked anyway.
Ah yes, when they're contagious but still working in the kitchen because they're not sick yet. Of course, this ordinance will fix that bit of science using 'compassion' science! It's like science, but with politics added.
@4: I love the ironic homophobia in your post.
I like working when sick. I am more focused because I don't have the extra energy to check my personal email every 5 mintues.
It doesn't care what County or City or Port regulations you issue are - by law it's exempt.