leave for

leave something for (someone or an animal)

to allow something to remain for the use of someone or an animal. I will leave this bread here for you, so you won't starve. Don't clean it up. Leave it for the dog.
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He had booked his ticket by a Liverpool boat in preference to one that sailed from Southampton because he had not been sure how Claire would take the news of his sudden decision to leave for America.
We shall probably leave for Europe a month to-morrow.
An employee who has taken leave for self-care under paragraph 3c, above, will be required to present a certification of fitness for duty from a health care provider prior to commencement of work.
Several cases have been litigated where the issue concerned the female employee's desire to take or extend leave for post-childbirth reasons.
49) Toward that goal, the FMLA does not require employers to create additional paid leave for an employee taking leave pursuant to its provisions.
Hartford also has gained business since the California paid family leave act was launched by offering to administer the disability leave for companies that opt out of the state-run program.
At its core, the Paid Family Leave Act gives eligible employees up to six weeks (within a 12-month period) of partial wage replacement when taking a leave for one of the following:
USERRA generally places a five-year limit on the cumulative length of time a person may serve in the military and remain eligible for reemployment rights with a preservice employer, but in some states longer leave for military reasons may be available.
Canada, on the other hand, has bad a nationally mandated and paid leave for six months program since 1971.
was the only country that lacked nationally legislated provisions for leave for pregnancy and childbirth.
because he or she has not completed 12 months of service) may nonetheless be entitled to a medical leave for a covered disability under ADA.
The new law requires private employers of 50 or more employees to provide eligible employees up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave for their own serious illness, the birth or adoption of a child, or the care of a seriously ill child, spouse or parent.
It mandates job-guaranteed leave for the period of physical disability due to pregnancy and childbirth -- typically between four and eight weeks depending on the physician's determination -- as well as the same sick pay and insurance coverage offered to other disabled employees.
Vermont has revised its Parental Leave, Family Leave and Short-Term Family Leave workplace notice to include family leave for the serious illness of a "party to a civil union.