Intermittent Leave definition

Intermittent Leave means leave taken in separate blocks of time due to a single qualifying reason.
Intermittent Leave means leave taken in whole day periods but less than a whole workweek.
Intermittent Leave means leave taken in separate periods of time because of pregnancy, rather than for one continuous period of time. Examples of intermittent leave include leave taken on an occasional basis for medical appointments, or leave taken several days at a time over a period of several months for purposes related to pregnancy, childbirth or a related medical condition.

Examples of Intermittent Leave in a sentence

  • Intermittent leave is FMLA leave taken in separate blocks of time due to a single qualifying reason.

  • Intermittent leave or work on a reduced work schedule for the birth, adoption or foster care of a child shall only be permitted at the discretion of Management.

  • Intermittent leave may be taken for a serious health condition of a spouse, parent, son, or daughter, for the employee’s own serious health con- dition, or a serious injury or illness of a covered servicemember which re- quires treatment by a health care pro- vider periodically, rather than for one continuous period of time, and may in- clude leave of periods from an hour or more to several weeks.

  • Intermittent leave if medically necessary for a serious health condition of employee or family member and arranged accordingly, to not disrupt the school district's operation.

  • Intermittent leave schedule - a leave schedule permitting the employee to take leave periodically for a few hours a day (less, than eight hours), or for a few days, on an as-needed basis.


More Definitions of Intermittent Leave

Intermittent Leave means leave taken in separate periods of time due to a single Qualifying Reason, rather than for one continuous period of time. Examples of Intermittent Leave include leave taken on an occasional basis for medical appointments or leave taken several days at a time spread over a period of months.
Intermittent Leave means a leave taken in separate blocks of time due to a single illness or injury and may include leave periods from one (1) hour or more to several weeks.
Intermittent Leave means a non-consecutive leave
Intermittent Leave means FMLA leave taken in separate blocks of time due to a single qualifying reason. 29 CFR §825.202
Intermittent Leave means leave taken in multiple blocks of time and/or requiring an altered or reduced work schedule.
Intermittent Leave means leave taken in separate blocks of time due to a single qualifying reason. See RCW 49.78.020(9).
Intermittent Leave means leave taken otherwise than as a continuous block of consecutive work days, e.g. a leave schedule that reduces some of the scheduled workdays or hours per work day of an employee.