leave of absence


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Some sectors have threatened to file an impeachment case against him while others urged him to take a leave of absence amid the controversy.
Heinrich requested the leave of absence after suffering several weeks from the illness.
Peter Saunders would take a leave of absence from his membership to consider how he might best support the commission's work," (http://www.
He cited personal matters as the reason for the leave of absence.
NASDAQ: RFIL) said its chief operating officer and founder, Howard Hill, will take an indefinite medical leave of absence.
Being an hourly employee increased the odds that a caregiver worker would be planning to ask for a leave of absence by 76 percent.
In the meantime, Kandasamy Kamalendran, Northern Provincial Council Leader of the Opposition wrote a letter to the Council requesting for leave of absence from the Council sessions up to 27th of this month.
THE conductor of Cwmbach Choir, Aberdare, last night dropped plans to go with his choir to a South African Eisteddfod after his employers refused him and two other teachers leave of absence without pay.
TAXPAYER-BACKED Lloyds Banking Group shocked the markets, as it revealed its boss had taken an unexpected leave of absence because of illness.
Lloyds Banking Group Plc (LSE: LLOY) (NYSE: LYG), which is 41 percent owned by the UK Government, has said that it has named Tim Tookey as interim group chief executive during Antonio Horta-Osorio's temporary leave of absence.
founder and CEO Steve Jobs says he's taking a medical leave of absence so he can focus on his health.
Summary: Steve Jobs says he will take leave of absence from technology firm to focus on his health for second time in two years.