What would you do if an employee was pretending to be sick?

In this month's SA Law comic strip, an employee has very high levels of sickness absences and the cause is often different and unrelated.

In this month's SA Law comic strip, an employee has very high levels of sickness absences and the cause is often different and unrelated.

Another member of staff saw the employee in a local coffee shop when she was supposed to be off sick and she didn't appear to be unwell.

What would you do?

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