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UTOUnited Thank Offering
UTOUniversal Time Object
UTOUnited Tajik Opposition
UTOUpgrade Travel Option (air travel)
UTOUnable to Obtain
UTOUnit Table of Organization (US DoD)
UTOUniversity Technology Officer
UTOUnited Towns Organization
UTOUnité Technique Opérationnelle (French: Operational Technical Unit; Cameroon)
UTOUrinary Tract Obstruction
UTOUnit Task Organization
UTOUsine de Traitement des Ordures (French: Waste Treatment Plant; Switzerland; also seen as UTOVS)
UTOUniversal Time Observed
UTOUp The Owls (Sheffield Wednesday Football Club Fans)
UTOUnpaid Time Off
UTOUnit Task Order
UTOUser Test Organization
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Single working parents are even more vulnerable if they need to take unpaid time off work as their family relies on only one paycheck.
You have the right to take reasonable unpaid time off, usually of no more than one or two days, to give you time to put other arrangements in place.
1 when companies and individuals who employ domestic workers (such as nannies, housekeepers and individuals who care for the elderly) will be required to provide those workers with a wide range of benefits, including minimum wage and overtime protections, restricted work hours, paid sick leave, and other paid and unpaid time off.
"While we fully appreciate the suffering of those teachers who with the current payment and who will not be able to make a living and survive, we go by the law and examine the submitted the documents for assessment," the official told Gulf News, adding the various educational zones in the West Bank had received tens of applications for unpaid time off of up to a year.
Currently, under the Family and Medical Leave Act many employees can take up to three months of unpaid time off.
A new right to unpaid time off for fathers/partners to attend antenatal appointments was also introduced.
4 ballot asks voters to approve a measure requiring private employers to allow workers to accrue and use up to 40 hours of sick time annually -- which would be paid time off for companies of 11 or more employees, and unpaid time off for companies with 10 or fewer employees.
To earn the seal, Brownells had to offer programs for its employees in all the areas required by the AWLP, including caring for dependents, health and wellness, paid and unpaid time off, financial support, community involvement, culture change and workplace flexibility.
There is currently no statutory paid bereavement leave, although employees have the right to "reasonable" unpaid time off to deal with practicalities such as arranging a funeral.
Our directors take vacation time or unpaid time off to serve the credit union.
The report further said that Sthalekar, who sits alongside male stars Michael Hussey and George Bailey on the Australian Cricketers Association (ACA) executive, took unpaid time off from her job with Cricket New South Wales to improve all-rounders performance.
In North Carolina on Wednesday, McClatchy's Charlotte Observer told staffers they'd need to take one-week of unpaid time off sometime between June 3 and Sept.