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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There are too many on sick leave, which burdens the rest of the staff.
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The Welfare Ministry proposes that employers pay sick leave benefit for a time period from the 4th until the 11th day of sickness--at 75 per cent of the average wage for the 4th and 5th day, and at 80 percent for the 6th-11th day.
Data shows that at one point, almost 5% of South Wales Police (SWP) officers were on long-term sick leave.
Some states and cities have imposed sick-leave mandates in the past few years, and those seem to have had a noticeable effect on access to paid sick leave this year.
They then analyzed the association between having paid sick leave and accessing eight preventive services, including blood pressure and cholesterol checks, flu shots and mammograms.
If too little paid sick leave increases contagious presenteeism, it would hold that too much paid sick leave increases the opposite, noncontagious absenteeism (i.
These come as California's workforce statewide basically has gotten a minimum of three paid days of sick leave per year.