Personal Day

Personal Day

A day on which one does not work for some reason other than holiday or illness. A company may grant an employee a certain number of personal days, especially if he/she is not yet eligible for other employee benefits. Personal days may or may not be paid.
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If you've been hoping for a really lucky personal day this one has your name on it.
dollars) for 195 personal day trips, mainly to hot spring resorts in fiscal 2013.
It's theft when they pad timecards, use sick leave for a personal day, show up late, take long lunch hours, etc.
Whether you come for a formal retreat, for a guided reflection program, or for a personal day of prayer, time spent in our quiet, sacred spaces will energize your faith and rewnew your spirit, AMDG.
Once the blu eCigs Starter Pack is fully charged, it can recharge the included batteries two to three times before needing to be plugged back in--ideal for e-cigarette users on the move for work, travel or personal day trips, officials add.
Paul Underwood was in sublime form, his unbeaten 124 the bedrock of Lanchester's impressive total, although 46 apiece from Michael Lukic and Kevin Dixon embellished his efforts, and then Dixon (4-29) rounded off a fine personal day as Leadgate ended on 233-9.
It'll be a very personal day, my family are not in this world and it wouldn't be fair on them," she added.
I'm sure the majority of those who work despite being sick do so because they lack job security and feel like they may get fired or in trouble for taking a personal day," she said.
Shearer made that date a personal day to remember on his Blackburn Rovers debut with two goals in a thrilling 3-3 draw at Crystal Palace.
Kempinski Hotel Ishtar Dead Sea has launched a new programme that offers personal day use to clients wishing to make use of its spa.
Compensatory time is optional in Kentucky and the personal day may be used only for the day after Thanksgiving in Wyoming.
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