ULOA

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AcronymDefinition
ULOAUniversal Law of Attraction
ULOAUnpaid Leave of Absence
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Our intent is to answer some of the more common questions that arise when employees find they must take an unpaid leave of absence for certain medical and family reasons.”
Iberia said it Ocondemns the irresponsible and uncompromising position of the Sepla pilots unionO and will ask the union to continue the negotiations in a bid to avert a strike, Owhich by any reckoning is unjustified, damaging and disproportionate.O Sepla refused the mediatorOs proposalsNwhich included IberiaOs co-pilots taking unpaid leave of absence to work as captains for Iberia Express with the possibility of returning to the parent airline and other employment guarantees, Iberia said, stressing it was Oprepared to acceptO all these proposals.
In October, the City of Boston posted on its website scanned copies of nearly 5,000 e-mails sent to and from Kineavy, who has taken an unpaid leave of absence from his job as the mayor's policy and planning chief.
According to the report, the total number of unionists laid off since October 2008 reached 40,755 with number of unionists sent on unpaid leave of absence (LOA) reaching 44,340.
After being charged, he stepped down as head of the National Association of Student Aid Administrators in Washington, taking a voluntary, unpaid leave of absence from the job.
WHISTLEBLOWER MEP Paul van Buitenen, who is standing down from the European Parliament in June, will shortly apply to re-join his previous employer, the European Commission, following an unpaid leave of absence for the past five years.
Now he has been given a year's unpaid leave of absence from Erimus Housing in Middlesbrough and is to go to Vietnam in October.
After calling in sick for four days, Webb asked Walsh if he could take a weeklong unpaid leave of absence, ostensibly to finish selling his house and moving in with his mother.
* Employee leave under the California Family Rights Act requires employers of 50 or more employees to permit employees up to 12 weeks unpaid leave of absence to bond with a newborn or adopted child, care for a family member (including registered domestic partners) with a serious health condition, or the employee's own serious health condition.
Murray signed up immediately--even though she's not an immigrant, and she'll have to take an unpaid leave of absence from her job and arrange for family members to take care of her two daughters, ages 9 and 3.
Elizabeth's in Queens, N.Y., Barbara Samide, learned the diocese was placing her on unpaid leave of absence.