But these figures would suggest that some employees are swinging the lead
Having to justify their absence on return to work will discourage some from swinging the lead
The implication is that some staff are swinging the lead
Now, unless I was out of the country when there was a flare-up of bubonic plague, this has to mean there are an awful lot of young people swinging the lead
Some may actually be ill, others will have persuaded themselves they need a couple more days to recover from a genuine illness, even though they are really better - and some will just be swinging the lead
under the catch-all condition of "stress", reports Ms Hobson, a partner at Reed Smith's Coventry office.
He insists: "Some people think I am swinging the lead
, but that is not the case.
The PM said: "We ask people what's unfair about Britain, they will say what is unfair is I'm working hard, but there are people swinging the lead
on welfare, who are not making the effort.
Borodude Front line services are stretched enough without people swinging the lead
and abusing the system.
The McDermott camp suggested they were swinging the lead
and requested the Boxing Board of Control to strip the Brummie champion of the title.
Surely, if a person's not swinging the lead
, they have nothing to fear?
Work colleagues swinging the lead
is one of the most de-motivating factors in the workplace, a Birmingham employment lawyer has claimed.
It was hard seeing Stephen suffer like that, especially as some people thought he was swinging the lead