Following scenario happened with me and my manager. Please suggest what should be the reply-email.
Recently, I fell sick on a Sunday eve and had to drop a sick leave email to my manager stating that I won't be available on Monday for work, due to personal health issues. On that, his reply was:
"Leaves should be planned accordingly and should be informed upfront so that we can plan the project activities. Take care of this in future."
Note that, this is not the first time he has dropped an email like this. Most of the time he thinks, the employees are bluffing. Earlier when I fell sick, he replied that, please be on leave with genuine reasons only.
I mostly dont reply on these and keep shut. But this time I have decided to make him listen me.
How would one know if they are going to fall sick!
P.S I'm a UI developer at one of the small tech company, have decided to resign from the job.