Reader feedback: Slovaks pull most sickies

Slovaks most ill in Europe, News briefs, Feb. 10 - 16, Vol 9, No 5

When I lived in Slovakia, two years, I myself was hardly ever sick. But the absenteeism of employees, with notes from their doctors, was outstandingly high.

I got the impression that a few hundred crowns or a bottle of some nice liquor could give you a sick note.

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