Perk Driven Decision Judgment

by Hal Mooz 6. April 2013 09:25

Woman 'kills' her whole family to take time off work

Don't cry wolf, and never cry "my whole family is dying — give me two months off." A British social worker has been fired for lying to bosses about the deaths of her father, mother, uncle, aunt, brother and ex-husband to skip work. Rachael Miles took 66 days off in two years to cope with six deaths she completely made up. The first came less than two weeks after starting work at a government office, when she said her father had died in a car crash. The last straw was her uncle and aunt, apparently passing away seven days apart. "I have no recollection of the events mentioned," she wrote to a disciplinary panel, before they yanked her credentials.

http://now.msn.com/rachael-miles-made-up-six-family-deaths-to-get-time-off

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