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The Egyptian company which took the initiative stated that every female employee is allowed to take a paid day off from their menstruation days.
I like to take advantage of a day off. By giving a guy a day off in front of a day off, he gets two days off.
Workers are supposed to enjoy a day off on a holiday or get double pay when they work.
Management maintains a contract term revision to designate Monday as a day off is not on the negotiating table, adding other options should be explored.
Like his rival, De Sousa also took the opportunity to enjoy his first day off since the conclusion of his four-day ban on August 23, taking his family to a barbecue at the home of his agent Shelley Dwyer.
The poll of 2,000 UK adults also found that, of those quizzed in the city, eight in 10 haven't taken a single day off because of a cold or flu - despite suffering from such illnesses on up to two occasions already this year.
But, after taking the matter up with her bosses at G4S and her union Public & Commercial Services Union (PCS) she was told that she could only have one day off to cover Monday's funeral.
Although Hibs pegged the scoreline back to 3-2, Butcher was livid enough to cancel today's day off - and defender Nelson has no complaints.
Now, with four working machines, the women are able to wash their clothes a lot faster, giving them time to enjoy their day off. The new machines were donated by home appliances brand Bosch.
Yes ladies, Michael Buble's Day Off is allowing us access into the crooner's life as he takes a day off in his hometown of Vancouver to spend time with his friends and family.
Except for the very entertaining, catty remarks from the felines involved, the paranormal plays a very small part in "Cat Girl's Day Off."