leave of absence

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(Askeri) İZİN, MEZUNİYET: Vazifeden müsaadeli ayrılma. Amerikan ordusunda, askeri personelin, faal hizmete geçen her ay için 2 1/2 gün izin hakkı vardır. Bak. "delay on route"
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Englisch - Englisch
A period of time during which a person is absent from work or other duty for a reason other than normal holidays / vacation; may be paid or unpaid
If you have leave of absence you have permission to be away from work for a certain period
The approved, unpaid, period of absence of greater than 28 calendar days of a Regular Classified Staff employee  
A member's paid or unpaid authorized absence from the normal duties of the job, to which the member is obligated to return at a specified date All leaves must be authorized by collective agreement, or governing board or designated body, and must be documented in minutes or policy
vacation without pay
the period of time during which you are absent from work or duty; "a ten day's leave to visit his mother"
An authorized period of time away from work, without loss of employment rights, that may be paid or unpaid
A pre-approved absence for an extended length of time allowed by policy and regulation
Permission granted to a member to be absent for a day
An absence or leave that qualifies for the purchase of STRS Ohio credit under the Revised Code
Official permission to be excused from work or duty
An employer approved absence from duty, with or without pay
A break in enrollment, not including semester or spring break(s), that is requested by the student and sanctioned by the school The leave of absence may be no longer than 60 days, and the student may be granted no more than one leave of absence during a 12-month period
A temporary leave granted to employees, either paid or unpaid, and dependant on collective agreement provisions, legislation, or employer prerogative
Similar to deferment, leave of absence is the term used for suspending your course once you are part way through You can apply through your faculty to take leave of absence, usually for a period of a semester or a year
leave of absence


    leave of ab·sence

    Türkische aussprache

    liv ıv äbsıns


    /ˈlēv əv ˈabsəns/ /ˈliːv əv ˈæbsəns/


    [ 'lEv ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English leven, from Old English l[AE]fan; akin to Old High German verleiben to leave, Old English belIfan to be left over, and perhaps to Lithuanian lipti to adhere, Greek lipos grease, fat.

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