Monday I came down with the normal cold and sore throat. Called in Tuesday sick. Prior to this I had not called in sick in over two years. Last time I missed work I was in the ER. Before that I had the flu. Doctor mis diagnosed it as a cold. I was at work when I realized it was no cold and went home. So while on the phone with the new and temporary Boss the contracted company sent us I was accused of faking an illness and I was told expected to be at work the next day. This when almost a dozen of my co workers call in every few weeks as is known to spend a nice day in the sun, fishing, a date or whatever have you. I call in and am really sick and I get accused of lying. When I tell her that I won't be in till I am better and able to meet the demands of the job because the attendance policy says each call in results in one event and that coming back to work before I am ready may result in another call in and TWO events she says to me, "SO you are going to play the system". I had to remind her that the company provides sick days and if she did not like the policy they have in place she was free to go up stairs and discuss it and that I would be going to the Dr. to get it diagnosed. I told her she might want to review my solid attendance record. Today I told the Dr. why I was seeing him. Once he found out why I was there he cut the visit short and told me he's get me a summary report I could give to them. Dr. Says I need rest and with no break periods at work due to an imbalance in work load distribution me going to work and getting done in 8 hours is like expecting a sick athlete to run a marathon and come in first. Not going to happen. They sent a kid down to my area who had no training. They did not have anyone to cover the area. And I also had to tell the boss lady I suggested to the last boss some others be trained to fill in. No one gave a damn and now it's of course my fault. I went to work after the Dr. and shoved (nicely mind you) my Dr. Summary in her face and handed in my report that the last bosses acted on but saw a higher up un do their solution. I was encouraged to hand it in ASAP by our people up stairs. I wanted to let the new boss settle in but when I am blamed for the problems that result due to their lack of attention I guess they got it today. In my report about the need to train others I added this. Edit 2/4/13 I called in sick for the first time in about two years. It was a problem because there was no one on hand who knew the area. Maybe because of this situation, I was basically accused of lying about being sick and was told I was expected to be in the next day. I had to remind ****** that even I get sick and due to the work load simply cannot perform to the demanding physical standards needed to clean the facility. Again this situation is because my report was ignored in verbal form with the original management team and then again when **** **** sent it’s new team in, addressed but then withdrawn. Worrying about how there area will be cleaned when I am out sick is frankly not my area of responsibility and blaming me and calling me a liar for being sick when I really am does not help the situation at all. By the time you read this my doctor’s diagnoses will be in T*** *oints possession. I want to state plainly that I have a right to call in sick when I am sick and that the Hospital has sick days offered that confirms my right. When I told my co workers what happened with the temp boss they just shook their heads. Could hardly believe it. The most un professional management moment I have ever seen. No one likes the new boss lady and we're all glad to see her leave in the morning.