bloody pocket syndrome
 n.— «Wright calls it the “the bloody pocket syndrome.” Because of “nofault injury and illness policies,” many workers have learned they will be disciplined for injuries no matter who’s at fault. “So people just suck it up, go home and patch it up.”» —“OSHA Recordkeeping: Overcoming The Hurdles To Honesty” by James L. Nash Occupational Hazards Jan. 1, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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