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Dank_Knight69 t1_ir4v17u wrote

Honestly, the only part of this that's a fu, is going in to work after letting them know you wouldn't be there.

This may sound harsh but it's important to remember:

If you're not specifically employed to onboard new hires, it isn't your responsibility to worry about them or their needs.

If you're not a manager, outside of work the businesses coverage is none of your concern.