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reduced wage paid to someone who is not working full time

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'Eloped with a half-pay captain,' repeated Mr Lillyvick, 'basely and falsely eloped with a half-pay captain.
He takes with him, however, a rather curious associate, who gets over this difficulty, but dips his naked foot into creasote, whence come Toby, and a six-mile limp for a half-pay officer with a damaged tendo Achillis."
Mr Inspector placed two chairs for his visitors, before the fire, and communed in a low voice with a brother of his order (also of a half-pay, and Royal Arms aspect), who, judged only by his occupation at the moment, might have been a writing-master, setting copies.
The leave mentioned above shall not be deducted from other periods of leave." As per the above-mentioned article, the questioner has the right to take half-pay maternity leave during probation.
A 40-year state employee, Timothy Mapes will be reimbursed for 91 vacation days and will get half-pay for 146 sick days for a payout of $130,516.28, according to records disclosed under the Illinois Freedom of Information Act.
He also wants the Mr Munya's nomination thrown out because of the Auditor-General's queries around the unaccounted expenditure on a Meru Diaspora Investments Conference, irregular upgrading of Kinoru Stadium, irregularities in recruitments and existence of illegal bank accounts.Mr Lubengu also wants the former governor rejected for his failure to take action against Jacob Kirera, who was the Finance Secretary for the county, when he was arrested and charged in 2016.He argues that while the Anti-Corruption and Economic Crimes Act required that the public officer be suspended and put on half-pay, Mr Munya refused to do so.
In a poignant Just Giving post, desperate Jamie said: "I've been unable to work since February and have been reduced to half-pay.
"Cash shortages already have forced the group to put many of its Iraqi and Syrian recruits on half-pay, and accounts from recent defectors suggest that some units haven't received salaries in months," the media outlet detailed.
After his doctor signed him off work with stress, Ewan, 39, was quickly put on half-pay by bosses.
The Labour Law provides that women are entitled to 45 days maternity leave with full pay if they have been employed for more than one year, and with half-pay if the period of employment is less than a year.
Having been languishing on half-pay he began to promote his credentials as the man to sort out that little problem.
At the age of 60 they are entitled to half-pay retirement allowance.
He was given half-pay for the time he had spent in prison - 250 francs and an honourable discharge.
They get full pay for certified sickness for up to six months a year and half-pay thereafter up to in any four year period.
Signees of this call wrote, in their statement, that they are "ready to work for half-pay, and even for free, until the adoption of the 2012 Budget and the bill on the PEA." In mid-December, the present government had announced, when presenting its 2012 programme, that it would create between 20,000 and 25,000 civil service jobs.