sick pay


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sick pay

n.
Wages paid to an employee who is absent because of illness.

sick pay

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) wages paid to an employee while he is on sick leave

sick′ pay`


n.
wages or other compensation received from an employer during an illness.
[1885–90]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sick pay - wages paid to an employee who is on sick leave
pay, remuneration, salary, wage, earnings - something that remunerates; "wages were paid by check"; "he wasted his pay on drink"; "they saved a quarter of all their earnings"
Translations
nemocenská
løn under sygdom
sairauspäiväraha
plaćeno bolovanje
病気休暇中の手当て
병가 중 지급되는 급여
sjuklön
ค่าจ้างในระหว่างที่ลาป่วย
lương trả cho nhân viên nghỉ ốm

sick pay

الَأجْرُ الـمَدْفُوعُ خِلَالَ الإجَازَة الـمَرَضِيَّة nemocenská løn under sygdom Krankengeld επίδομα ασθενείας subsidio de enfermedad sairauspäiväraha indemnité maladie plaćeno bolovanje indennità di malattia 病気休暇中の手当て 병가 중 지급되는 급여 ziekengeld sykepenger wypłata za czas choroby salário pago enquanto doente, subsídio de doença пособие по болезни sjuklön ค่าจ้างในระหว่างที่ลาป่วย hastalık ödentisi lương trả cho nhân viên nghỉ ốm 病假津贴
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The research also reveals that zero-hours workers are five times more likely not to qualify for sick pay as a result of their lower wages.
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The bulk of the cost mainly comes from companies' own sick pay policies, whereby, in some cases, employers are providing full pay to the absentee for a set number of weeks, followed by a period of half pay.
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