sick leave

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sick leave

n.
Paid or unpaid absence from work allowed an employee because of sickness.

sick leave

Leave from duty granted to an officer to recover from sickness or injury, or to receive authorised medical treatment (except hospitalisation).
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TABLE 4 Mileage Savings Year Total Miles Traveled 1993 54,503 1994 43,701 Savings 10,802 Percent Reduction 20% TABLE 5 Four-Day Workweek Statistics (Time expressed in hours) FY 1993/FY 1994 Name Annual Leave Personal Leave Sick Leave 1993 1994 1993 1994 1993 1994 Jeff 143 124 33 26 37 30 Betty 72 101 37 18 45 61 Roger 90 145 20 24 56 59 Tom 75 63 26 19 9 2 Aimee 150 84 1 17 92 79 Greg 105 93 2 34 65 63 Larry G 97 75 13 19 21 71 Tad 99 144 22 18 62 83 Larry M 112 66 22 9 26 35 Leslie 138 75 13 36 73 81 Lee 150 84 18 26 21 79 Total 1,223 1,057 211 247 511 647
In addition, members of the Upper Southampton Police Benevolent Association were awarded increases in life insurance benefits, post-retirement medical benefits, personal leave, rank differential pay and education incentives.
Teachers are not allowed to use those days for personal leave, Strong said.
Namin was placed on personal leave, there has been speculation about why the budget shortfall occurred.
Patrick Byrne will be taking a personal leave of absence for medical reasons.
The claims include 6% pay and allowances increases in July 2011, 2012 and 2013; paid trade union leave; paid leave for members to attend training on the content and operation of their enterprise agreements; casual loading to be paid in addition to penalty rates; annual part-time hours review to be at the onus of the employer; part-time minimum payment of four hours for each start; a transparent process to replace employees on leave; a medication allowance for AiNs who administer medication; financial assistance and 20 hours' paid time in order to assist nurses to comply with the new registration requirements; wage parity for under-18 AiNs; extended personal leave for family violence; and 14 weeks' parental leave and four weeks' secondary caregiver leave.
Also, CBS reports has it that town Secretary Andres Morales told the El Paso Times that the police chief was taking personal leave to be with her child and would return on Monday.
But come December, she takes her volunteer status to another level, using personal leave time to do her part for the needy.
The bank said that Montpelier is on personal leave, as per her request.
Arizona athletic director Jim Livengood confirmed the 73-year-old Olson, who has been on personal leave since Nov.
She continued receiving more than $2,300 a week while on paid leave, claiming 232 days of sick pay, 69 days of vacation and four days of personal leave until she retired, records show.