"Where leave of absence
during term time is requested, for a holiday or other reason, the headteacher may only approve this in exceptional circumstances."
Women are more likely to be caregivers than men, and the number of caregiver workers in the study sample who were planning to ask for a leave of absence
was too small for the data about gender differences to be statistically significant.
The Council member M.K.Sivajilingham of Tamil National Alliance made intervention and urged that such leave of absence
should not be granted to Kandasamy Kamalendran.
Patrick Mooney, the company's CEO, president and chairman of the board, is taking an immediate leave of absence
Namin said he would provide an explanation at a future committee meeting, but shortly after was granted the leave of absence
. He did not attend last night's meeting.
In a statement, Lloyds said: "The board of Lloyds Banking Group announces that, following medical advice, Antonio Horta-Osorio is taking a temporary leave of absence
from his duties as group chief executive of the bank, due to illness."
Meanwhile, married women who work full-time were more likely to take a leave of absence
for childrearing after they give birth if their employers are big corporations or government offices, the same survey showed.
Jobs had battled cancer in 2004 and underwent a liver transplant in 2009 after taking a leave of absence
for unspecified health problems.
Summary: Steve Jobs says he will take leave of absence
from technology firm to focus on his health for second time in two years.
13 for denying a Muslim schoolteacher's request for a leave of absence
so she could perform the hajj, the pilgrimage to the Islamic holy city of Mecca.
Chairman and CEO Lloyd Malchow is taking an indefinite medical leave of absence
to undergo cancer treatment.
Specifically, Michelle's Law prevents a group health plan from terminating coverage of a dependent child due to a medically necessary leave of absence
, before the earlier of:
During the interim period, Rioux will take a leave of absence
from his position on the board of trustees.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs has returned to work on schedule after taking a six-month leave of absence
due to medical issues, the company said.<p>He will be working at the Apple offices for a few days a week and working from home the remaining days, said Katie Cotton, an Apple spokeswoman, in an e-mail.<p>"We are very glad to have him back," Cotton said.<p>Jobs, a survivor of pancreatic cancer, took a leave of absence
from Apple in January, citing health issues.