WORKERS called James and Sara are the most likely to throw sickies, a survey found.
It analysed responses from 60,000 employees to find the names of those most likely to fib to get a day off.
Men called James topped the list with a combined 1,498 days off with fake illnesses in the past year.
Sara or Sarah were the top female offenders with 1,327.
Digital artist James Nobbs, 45, of Watford, admitted he often took sick days when he was 18 — usually on a Monday.
He said: “I was just hungover and it was pretty obvious to everyone.
"But after the boss had a talk with me I pulled my socks up.
"Now I never take a sick day unless I’m at death’s door.”
The study by CV firm Resume.io found 37 per cent of those polled took up to two bogus sick days off a year.
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