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sick-leave

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of sick-leave in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of sick-leave in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6

Examples of sick-leave in a Sentence

  1. Donna Ballman:

    People who don't have paid sick leave can't afford to take time off if they are living paycheck to paycheck.

  2. Alexsis Rodgers:

    I've been glad to see Terry McAuliffe cite repeatedly that Terry McAuliffe is going to fight for paid sick leave, paid family and medical leave, and even make sure that home care workers get a raise. And I think that is a direct result of workers organizing... who have really pushed Terry McAuliffe to adopt policies that are going to uplift Black women and working women of color.

  3. City Fire Commissioner Daniel Nigro:

    The excessive sick leave by a group of our Firefighters because of their anger at the vaccine mandate for all city employees is unacceptable, contrary to their oaths to serve, and may endanger the lives of New Yorkers, despite these actions by some, the Department will continue to respond to all calls for help that come our way.

  4. Gilbert Cisneros:

    Sick leave may be used to cover travel that is necessary to obtain any type of medical treatment.

  5. Barkoff Lamy:

    Dr. Bright has not been given any details about his new assignment or what his new job would entail ; nonetheless, under his doctor's direction, he has been on sick leave due to hypertension caused by this current situation.

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