Ann Kiernan replies:
I don’t see any reason this would be improper. After all, co-workers usually know who is in and who is out. I would advise, however, that absences covered by the Family and Medical Leave Act or similar state laws, be listed as “excused”, and the reasons for the absences be omitted from any public report.
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