sabbatical leave

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Noun1.sabbatical leave - a leave usually taken every seventh year
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"
sabbatical year - a sabbatical leave lasting one year
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He said that he was not unaware of fears expressed in the university community on the policy in relation to university autonomy and the peculiarity in such payments as sabbatical leave, part-time programmes, staffing of new programmes, visitation, payment of out-sourced services and earned allowances.
The former World Cross Country Junior silver medalists who has returned from sabbatical leave won 5,000m title during Elgeyo Marakwet County championships.
Airtel provides flexible working arrangements to employees which include flexible hours, a relaxed dress code and sabbatical leave. Women are entitled to 26 weeks of maternity leave, above the legal requirement and also provide paternity leave and adoption leave.
In 2010 to 2011, he went on sabbatical leave at the Our Lady of the Philippines Trappist Monastery, in San Miguel, Jordan, Guimaras.
He was on a sabbatical leave to travel around Asia - starting in Thailand, proceeding to Vietnam, and ending in Cambodia.
Before her illustrated address the speaker remarked that it was the policy of the Methodist Church, that ministers take sabbatical leave for up to three months, every seven years.
Bongani attended the Program (which he called 'an MBA on steroids') during his sabbatical leave from the University of Cape Town (UCT) in 2016.
However, acting Chief Justice Antonio Carpio told Tijam that it would be best if the case is tackled when he comes back from his sabbatical leave or Service Recognition Leave.
I also seek to build upon a 2017 essay in God and Nature titled "With All Your Mind," which I wrote during a sabbatical leave that included an objective to "construct a bridge over the perceived gulf that forces so many conservative Christians into having to choose between either their faith or the overwhelming picture of our origins that science is painting."
It was dated April 20 and must have arrived at my office through slow mail while I was away for my annual sabbatical leave.
In a bid to attract and retain women employees, India Inc is willing to go an extra mile and has adopted initiatives including maternity benefit, cab facility, sabbatical leave policy, flexi-work policy to improve diversity at workplace.