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English sentences with sick leave in context,

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There is no such thing as sick leave or vacation time.
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None for me, 240 hours and below they stay, anything above 240 rolls over into sick leave, which counts towards retirement.
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Dictionary
sick leave (noun)

  • Paid absence from work specifically to recover from illness.
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This may have been okay if I was not told I would be given sick leave.
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No sick leave, which still makes no sense since we're told "don't come to work if you're sick."
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I get three weeks vacation and three weeks of sick leave each year.
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Because I have sick leave and I use it when I want to.
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Unlimited sick leave.
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USD$10.60 minimum wage, three weeks paid annual leave (vacation), two weeks paid sick leave, time and a half and a day in lieu for public holidays.
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Started with 10 days vacay, 80 hours sick leave.
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5 years of service later: 15 days vacay, 80 hours sick leave, Memorial day, 4th of July, Labor day, 2 days off for thanksgiving, and dec 24-jan 1.
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I once made said that I believe that sick leave should be mandatory for the food service industry, had so many people offering to cough on food.
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Have a shit-tonne of paid sick leave up too, about 3 months?
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Her position reminds me of people who hate unions and union activism but want the weekend off and the 40 hour work week and sick leave and maternity leave but fuck unions they are destroying our country.
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NPR planet money has a great episode about (southern) Italians and their sick leaves.
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Now they are in negotiations again, we are about to lose a majority of our sick leave.
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I work federal government and last year they started making essentially false claims about our sick leave usage, saying we use so much sick leave we abuse the system.
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A lot of sick leave is used because a year earlier they made the rule that you had to use sick leave for appointments that weren't your annual checkup.
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15 vacation, 10 holiday, flex time, sick leave is normally on an as needed basis, on call, but rarely called after 6 years.
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No sick leave, but considering I've taken something like 4 sick days in the last 3.5 years, I prefer it this way.
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Paid holidays, vacations, and sick leave would be nice non-monetary compensation.
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I like my work and would like to be there but am on sick leave and cannot work.
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On a side note my midwife wrote me a letter to give to HR and I took 3 weeks of sick leave during the hardest month.
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Doctors will no longer issue paper sick leave sheets and will send them online to the NSSI and to the Electronic register of sick leave sheets, skipping the employer.
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People can only donate sick leave, which I wouldn't be able to use.
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Unions haven't won paid sick leave, paid holidays, job security, etc for workers as a legal right yet.
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Screwed us all in the process too because now they demand doctors notes whenever you use sick leave and they will call to verify that you were seen.
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I get an additional 40 hours after 1 year of PTO and another 64 hours of sick leave.
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I don't take into account holidays or sick leave.
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I actually have medicade-I'm out on sick leave right now and not working-so medicade pays for all my doctor and hospital bills.
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Forget that, he doesn't even have sick leaves.
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One of my friends has a kid who got sick last month, so I learned in Germany you get 2 weeks to care for a sick child (4 in the case of single parents), in addition to 6 weeks fully paid sick leave and 6 weeks vacation time.
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I'm a chef and have been very I'll throughout this pregnancy, and after returning from sick leave haven't been getting the hours I need and am hardly earning anything.
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I'd rather have a job without paid sick leave than no job, which is sadly the case for many in our once-proud city.
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he currently is not getting an income (though he is covered job wise by FMLA) we're hoping with the new year he gets some sick leave and vacation time to cover his time in the hospital, but even that would only be 2 weeks at most.
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I hope he's never used sick leave
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Most restaurant workers don't get sick leave...and if you are sick, you're in hot water if you can't find someone to cover for you.
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Because as you said, I've been unemployed for more than a year and before that on sick leave for almost a year (fucked up immune system, remember?)
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No sick leave at all.
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I actually work for the government (out on sick leave, just had surgery, I'm not slacking I promise) and this is my biggest gripe.
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I had also three bishops like that and thanks to those guys I had a depression and stayed 6 months at home on a sick leave.
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There was no mention of sick leave.
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I have 28 paid vacation days, plus the national holidays plus paid sick leave if it comes to that around here.
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On the 1st I got to sign a document for my retail company stating that I am now allowed paid sick leave.
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Plus we have one years paid sick-leave (its the law) so I would earn my normal salary for a year if I where hospitalized and had to say home for a long time after if I got hit by a bus.
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most benefits are optional in the states, maternity leave, sick leave, health insurance (not so much anymore), retirement are basically optional for companies to provide
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If we boycotted every place because they don't give entry level workers decent wages and paid vacation and sick leave there'd be nowhere left to shop.
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We get great benefits, 2 weeks of vacation starting plus another week for every 5 years you're with the company; 6 months of paid family leave if you or your spouse has/adopts a child; 2 weeks sick leave; 11 company holidays; pension; 401k that they match up to 6% if you put in 8%; a 2.75% raise every January 1st and a 2.5% raise every 6 months from your date of hire; 1.5x overtime for the first 3 hours plus 20$ for a meal, followed by 2x overtime for anything after that.
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Not even talking about sick days were you can have up to an year of paid sick leave in Germany, compared to a couple of days in America.
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And the document stating that employers do not have to pay unused sick leave does specify "Seattle city limits," which includes the Northgate neighborhood.
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