Leave of Absence definition

Leave of Absence means any period during which an employee does not receive (i) compensation for employment, (ii) service credit towards pension benefits, and (iii) health insurance benefits paid for by the employer.
Leave of Absence means the period of time a member is
Leave of Absence means absent from work with permission.

Examples of Leave of Absence in a sentence

  • The Graduate Student Leave of Absence form is a hard copy form that can be found at the University’s Graduate College website.

  • In order for the Commissioner to grant a Leave of Absence, a General Manager must give prior warning of the absence and provide an expected return date.

  • Leave of Absence Without Pay - A non-FMLA leave without pay may be requested by a regular full time employee.

  • Leave of Absence may be granted retroactively in the event that a General Manager is unable to provide prior warning of his absence at the discretion of the League Commissioner.

  • If a General Manager exceeds the Leave of Absence without good reason, or leaves without any notice or is frequently too busy to attend to the regular duties of a General Manager, then that General Manager will be subject to dismissal.

More Definitions of Leave of Absence

Leave of Absence means a leave of absence of an Employee that has been approved by his or her Participating Employer, as provided for in the Participating Employer’s rules, policies, procedures and practices.
Leave of Absence means a military leave, sick leave or other bona fide leave of absence of the Executive which does not exceed six months (or such longer period for which the Executive retains a right to reemployment with the Corporation or a Related Entity under an applicable statute or by contract), but only if there is a reasonable expectation that the Executive will return to perform services for the Corporation or a Related Entity.
Leave of Absence means a period of absence from employment without pay, authorized and approved by the employer and acknowledged to the Board, and which after the effective date does not exceed two (2) years;
Leave of Absence means an absence authorized by an Employee's Employer and approved by the Plan Administrator, on a uniform basis, in accordance with Article X.
Leave of Absence means permission to be absent from duty granted to an employee by an authorized officer of the Council (« congé »);
Leave of Absence means an approved leave of absence from Motorola or a Subsidiary that is not a termination of employment, as determined by Motorola.
Leave of Absence means an absence from work required by an employee in writing and consented to by the Employer. Leave granted shall be in writing covering a specific period of time. Leave of absence shall be at the sole discretion of the Employer and shall be without pay or any other form of compensation, and the employee shall not work in any other position during such leave of absence unless agreed to by the Employer in writing. The Employer shall not exercise its discretion in any arbitrary or discriminatory manner.