take time off

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take time off from work

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Only a tenth of workers think they'll be allowed to take time off for the games which could prove a headache for businesses, with most of the group games starting at 1.
To this day, he counsels dancers who want to take time off to think long and hard about maintaining their conditioning, and to be guided by their own desires, not those of others.
Lovesickness forces half of Britain's workforce to take time off to be with their lover, or recover from a break-up, according to research released yesterday(tues).
North East pet-lovers are more likely to take time off work to look after a sick cat or dog than to tend to their other halves.
Although the market for entry-level job opportunities has been rebounding, many students are choosing to take time off before launching their professional lives.
Mr Holley said BA had always allowed him to take time off work to undertake union duties, but this changed when he asked to be away from work last December.
The fear was leading to "presenteeism" where sick people are too scared to take time off when ill.
Whilst this is understandable, it is important that small business owners take time off to recharge their batteries just like anybody else.