What is another word for sick leave?
[ sˈɪk lˈiːv], [ sˈɪk lˈiːv], [ s_ˈɪ_k l_ˈiː_v]
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Synonyms for Sick leave:
n.• a leave given for illness (noun)
- breathing spell,
- time off,
- leave of absence,
- mental health day,
- day off.
How to use "Sick leave" in context?
Sick leave is a policy in many workplaces that allows employees to take time off for illnesses or injuries. In some cases, sick leave may be converted to disability leave. Sick leave is usually accrued at the rate of one day for every thirty days of service, with a minimum of four days.
Employers may require employees to provide a doctor's note or other documentation to qualify for sick leave. Employees may also be able to use sick leave for personal illness or injury, as long as the illness or injury is not work-related.
Homophones for Sick leave:
- sleepy, sell off, sillabub, sulpha, sloop, slope, scalp, slave, sylva, scallop, soil pipe, slavey, schlep, selva, sexual love, slip away, slip-up, silvia, silva, sea wolf, sleep, slap, social phobia, slip up, scale up, slipway, scollop, slip off, salvia, slippy, slub, skylab, sulfa, slaphappy, swell up, school phobia, saliva, sleeve, syllabub, slab, slop, shelve, slow up, slob, schoolboy, salvo, scale leaf, salve, slap-up, solve, solvay, solfa, syllabify, selloff, salpa, salp, slip, self, sea scallop, sloppy, shlep, shelfy, swallow up, sylph, shelf, ski slope, shelvy, sclaff, slip by, sell up, sleep off, seal off, slav.
Hyponym for Sick leave:
leave of absence, leave.
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