mass leave

mass leave

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) (in India) leave taken by a large number of employees at the same time, as a form of protest
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Complaint against the medicos is that theirs being a highly significant and sensitive service, they should not resort to methods like mass leave and other protest activities that cause inconvenience to patients and their families.
He assured to extend security cover to those employees who were willing to work during the mass leave. (ANI)
Meanwhile, the mentors from Bacolod staged a "mass leave" in protest of teachers' low salaries and excessive workload "despite threats of being charged with administrative cases" by the DepEd.
Passengers have complained of a slowdown in processing at immigration due to a mass leave of personnel.
Earlier, the government, to check the doctors from going on strike, had issued an official notification warning the doctors to avoid going on mass leave, staging protests, or going on strike.
IANS Jaipur Government offices in Rajasthan wore a deserted look on Friday with state government employees going on mass leave, pressing for their demands, including implementation of Seventh Pay Commission recommendations from January 1, 2016.
If so, wouldn't the Mass leave us disturbed in the face of hunger and food insecurity--scandals that scar our world and nation?
In December 2014, Delhi government bureaucrats went on mass leave to protest against the suspension of two DANICScadre officers even as the Union Home Ministry declared the suspension as null and void.
Putu Budiasa, head of the Denpasar tourism office, said that the government would impose mass leave for employees of government and private institutions on Aug.
The pilots say they went on mass leave after four of their colleagues were sacked because they were trying to get the management to recognise their newly formed union.
India's Jet Airways cancelled more than 100 domestic and international flights today as the airline's pilots continued their mass leave for the second day.
Speaker Kodela Sivaprasad Rao granted mass leave to the members after they made a representation seeking leave to attend marriages in their respective constituencies or within their families.