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Synonyms for furlough

a regularly scheduled period spent away from work or duty, often in recreation

Synonyms for furlough

a temporary leave of absence from military duty

grant a leave to

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According to a court order, Muntinlupa RTC Branch 205 Judge Amelia Fabros-Corpuz on March 6 granted De Lima's very urgent motion for medical furlough.
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission, meanwhile, would have to furlough 95 percent of its employees immediately.
One of the complaints voiced by striking miners, according to the CEMWU, was Freeport's furlough policy, which places workers on long-term leave at short notice.
Participants were drawn from two groups: active duty military personnel who did not experience an involuntary furlough and federal civilian service employees who did experience an involuntary furlough.
The new measures appear to be collective punishment in response to Baha'i leader Fariba Kamalabadi's high-profile meeting May 13 with Faezeh Hashemi during Kamalabadi's furlough.
In a full court resolution, the SC granted Arroyo's "Christmas and New Year furloughs for the inclusive periods of 8:00 in the morning of Dec.
The school year will be cut in June by one school day because of furlough days.
Dutt was granted 14- day furlough and was released out of Pune's Yerwada jail on last Wednesday.
The actor, imprisoned at Pune's Yerawada Jail, was released on furlough for 14 days on October 1.
Many have experienced companywide furloughs of a week or two in tight years, when companies might use the measure to make ends meet without resorting to layoffs.
JUSTICE DEPARTMENT: Fewer than 18,000 of the department's 114,486 employees would be furloughed, and if the furlough is prolonged, some of those could be brought back to work.
Last week, 700,000 Department of Defense civilian employees began taking once-a-week furlough days that will cut their pay by roughly 15%.
The systems specialist with the most experience was on furlough at the time of the incident.
The furlough issue, which is separate from the closures, could potentially have a larger impact since it affects 47,000 air traffic controllers in facilities that guide flights into and out of busy hubs and across the nation's airspace.
Under federal law, slaughterhouses and meat processing plants cannot operate without meat inspectors, so a one-day-per-week furlough of the inspectors would have resulted in the one-day-per-week closure of all federally inspected meat facilities.