take leave


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A 1996 study of 317 fathers in six western Swedish companies discovered that fathers were more likely to take leave when they perceived support from top management and likely to take more days of leave when their work groups were rated as flexible and adaptive (Haas, Allard, & Hwang, 2002).
Perceived Impact of Pay on Leave-Needers: 2000 Survey Percent of Leave-Needers Who Perceived Impact of Pay Could Not Afford to Take Leave Would have taken leave if some/additional pay had been 87.
The FMLA also permits a covered employee to take leave to provide self-care, when the employee is unable to perform the functions of the job.
The priest had agreed to take leave in accordance with diocesan procedures.