Domestic or sexual violence leave

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Domestic or sexual violence leave is a job-protected leave of absence. It provides up to 10 days and 15 weeks in a calendar year of time off to be taken for specific purposes when an employee or an employee’s child has experienced or been threatened with domestic or sexual violence. The first five days of leave taken in a calendar year are paid, and the rest are unpaid.

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Original Article Source Credits:   Ontario ,

Article Written By:  NA

Original Article Posted on:  October 21, 2019

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