Leave Stacking

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Leave Stacking: Used to define the practice of scheduling leave under FMLA in such a manner that the employee’s leave allowance for two consecutive calendar years is uninterrupted. Typically occurs when an employer uses the calendar-year method for determining the 12-month period under FMLA.

Other Words for Leave

Leave Noun Synonyms: go (away or off), depart, set off, be off, get away or off, retire, retreat, withdraw, decamp, (make an) exit, run, be gone, bid (someone or something) goodbye, say goodbye or adieu (to), take (one's) leave (of), quit, desert, pull out, check out, fly
Leave Verb Synonyms: go or run off, deviate from
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Red raspberry leaves (Rubus idaeus)

Health / Herbs / Red raspberry leaves (Rubus idaeus): A uterine tonic, relaxes the uterus, traditionally believed to lead to an easier childbirth, midwives have found that women who drink raspberry leaf tea regularly during pregnancy have decreased chanc MORE

Paternity Leave

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Paternity Leave: A benefit designed to provide fathers of newborn children with paid or unpaid time off from work following the birth of the child. MORE

Parental Leave

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Parental Leave: A benefit designed to provide employees with approved paid or unpaid time off following the birth or adoption of a child or to care for a dependent. MORE

Paid Leave Bank

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Paid Leave Bank: A benefit program granting employees a bank consisting of a specific number of paid days that can be used for absences related to sickness, vacation or personal reasons. MORE

Sick Leave

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Sick Leave: Paid time off granted to employees who are out of work due to an illness or injury. MORE

Spare Leave

Entertainment / Bowling / Spare Leave: Generally, the pins standing after first ball is rolled; often used to mean a leave on which it's relatively easy to get a spare, as opposed to a split leave. MORE

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