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    Cyburbian JNL's avatar
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    I guess I'm doing alright! I get 20 days annual leave, accrued and available to take from Day 1 (in theory...). Can also take leave in advance.
    Plus 12 public holidays.
    I'm not sure about other types of leave, I'll check. I have a feeling sick leave (which they call 'wellness leave') is unlimited, but you may have to produce medical certificate if requested.

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    Cyburbian Richmond Jake's avatar
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    I should have negotiated better...but honestly, I don't precisely know. We get 10 holidays. Lots of sick leave (that I never use, except for the occasional golf thingy), comp time when we go past work hours or they send me to one of the cities to rattle the sword. And I think I get 12 days vacation/year. Like I said, I should have negotiated better.
    Annoyingly insensitive

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    Quote Originally posted by JNL
    I guess I'm doing alright! I get 20 days annual leave, accrued and available to take from Day 1 (in theory...). Can also take leave in advance.
    Plus 12 public holidays.
    I'm not sure about other types of leave, I'll check. I have a feeling sick leave (which they call 'wellness leave') is unlimited, but you may have to produce medical certificate if requested.
    WOW, 20 days to start???? Beats anything I have seen here...

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