gardening leave

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gardening leave

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garden leave

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(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) informal Brit a period during which an employee who is about to leave a company continues to receive a salary but does not work
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Despite a long history of both formal and informal exclusion, the lack of a significant increase in the number of blacks playing golf at the professional level has been attributed more often to shortcomings of blacks themselves, such as a lack of interest in golf or the lack of proper muscle development to excel in the sport (Hatfield, 1996).
exists in fundamental opposition to black people, that is, by their formal and informal exclusion.
Among the key issues identified in the report was 'a perception that some schools have developed a form of informal exclusion to overcome the pressure of Government targets'.

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