leave of absence


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Synonyms for leave of absence

the period of time during which you are absent from work or duty

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Such forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, statements regarding the CEO leave of absence, duration of such absence, company or executive performance.
Mr Squire said that the Labour group's recommendation not to grant leave of absence would go before a committee for formal approval but that since they held 63 of the 83 council seats it was a clear statement of the authority's policy.
pdf) sent a letter to Speaker Pelosi asking her to grant me a leave of absence until such time as the ethics committee completes its work," he said last year.
Steve Jobs, the head of technology company Apple, has announced he is taking a new leave of absence for health reasons.
Middle-school teacher Safoorah Khan alleges that the school district that hired her in 2007 violated her First Amendment rights in November 2008 when officials turned down two requests for an unpaid leave of absence.
Bove said he has taken a six-week leave of absence, ending with the Sept.
I do not know why these people are on leave of absence.
In addition Iain Burns, the airline's head of communications, has also resigned after being on a leave of absence.
AP) -- The president of Hopkinsville Community College has taken an eight-month leave of absence just weeks after the faculty and staff gave her a vote of no-confidence.
Coleman was placed on medical leave of absence and sent to the Southdown Institute in Aurora, Ont.
The good doctor has taken a leave of absence from his regular position at least once each year to travel to areas of the world where plastic surgeons simply don't exist.
Granting a leave of absence not only adds some payroll relief for the employer but also ensures the continuity of a trained staff.
Each year, about 13 physicians are awarded fellowships by the Bush Foundation that enable them to take a leave of absence from their practices to pursue personal and professional goals that also address the health care needs of their communities.
The association outlined new evidence in late June that Hill violated federal ethics laws by failing to disclose that she was on a leave of absence and had not resigned from Cen-Tex Family Services when she started at Head Start in early 2002.
Dairine, trying to get a leave of absence from her troubles and mundane household, signs up for a "wizard's holiday.