take leave


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Sources maintained that after revealing these facts she had faced a lot of pressure that forced her to take leave form office, adding that Nargis applied for leave and Prime Minister accepted her application.
Bale is 6-4 with Bet365 to take leave of White Hart Lane in the summer transfer window.
Fathers must be encouraged to take leave and employers must be obligated to accommodate such leave.
Louis Michel, who will head the French-speaking list for Belgium and is already very involved in the campaign, is expected to take leave in early May.
If we assume that this percentage applies to those who needed, but did not take leave, then approximately 929,280 parents needed leave that they were unable to take during the same 18-month period.
Eligible employees are entitled to take leave upon the birth of a child, the adoption of a child, or the placement of a child with the employee for foster care.