sick leave


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sick leave

n.
Paid or unpaid absence from work allowed an employee because of sickness.

sick leave

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) leave of absence from work through illness

sick′ leave`


n.
leave from duty, work, or the like, granted because of illness.
[1830–40]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sick leave - a leave of absence from work because of illness
leave, leave of absence - the period of time during which you are absent from work or duty; "a ten day's leave to visit his mother"
Translations
pracovní neschopnost
sygeorlov
sairaslomasairausloma
bolovanje
病気休暇
병가
sjukledighet
การลาป่วย
thời gian nghỉ ốm

sick leave

n to be on sick leavekrankgeschrieben sein; employees are allowed six weeks’ sick leave per yearAngestellte dürfen insgesamt sechs Wochen pro Jahr wegen Krankheit fehlen; he has three months’ sick leave because of his accidentaufgrund or auf Grund seines Unfalls hat er drei Monate Genesungsurlaub; he only gets two weeks’ paid sick leaveim Krankheitsfall wird sein Gehalt nur zwei Wochen (lang) weitergezahlt

sick leave

n on sick leavein congedo per motivi di salute or per malattia

sick leave

إِجَازَةٌ مَرَضِيَّة pracovní neschopnost sygeorlov Krankheitsurlaub άδεια ασθενείας baja por enfermedad, incapacidad por enfermedad sairasloma congé maladie bolovanje congedo per malattia 病気休暇 병가 ziekteverlof sykepermisjon zwolnienie lekarskie licença por doença отпуск по болезни sjukledighet การลาป่วย hastalık izni thời gian nghỉ ốm 病假
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Swansea Crown Court heard Denise Whitworth, 48, who denied fraud, was working as a clinical psychologist for the Cwm Taf University Health Board when on October 30, 2012, she took sick leave citing "severe back pain" which she said was made worse by the driving she had to do to see patients.
She came off sick leave six months later on April 28, 2013 when she took a period of annual leave.
Without federal legislation in place, however, several states and local jurisdictions have taken matters into their own hands by creating their own paid sick leave laws to protect employees who may otherwise be forced to choose between going to work sick or losing pay and, in some cases, their jobs.
Any absence for reasons of sickness or incapacity in the first three months of employment will be regarded as sick leave without pay.
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In addition to the call for congressional action, Obama also signed a presidential memorandum directing federal agencies to allow up to six weeks of paid sick leave for their employees with a new child.
The court heard that the 28-year-old Emirati cop had got consecutive sick leave certificates from a clinic, a hospital and a medical centre.
The abuse of sick leave was "a scourge that affected the entire public service," said Hasikos adding that the government should take "drastic measures against employees constantly claiming illness and being absent from their work.
The scheme intends to support the ambition of increasing the use of partial sick leave, through clarification of possible adaptation measures in the workplace and the right grade of sick leave.
In Philadelphia, for instance, Mayor Michael Nutter has vetoed sick leave bills twice, saying they threaten jobs and make the city less attractive to new business.