When you aren’t feeling well and it’s impacting your ability to work, Sick Leave provides you with paid time off to rest and recuperate from an illness or injury.
Regular Full-time employees are entitled to paid medical leave where there is a reasonable cause for absence and has been granted a medical certificate by a registered doctor or medical officer from government hospitals.
- Up to 30 days per year for an employee working under normal conditions, and who has paid a social insurance premium for less than 15 years
- Up to 40 days per year for an employee who has paid a social insurance premium for 15 to 30 years
- Up to 60 days per year for an employee who has paid a social insurance premium for a full 30 years or more
Note: Employee on Sick Leave for 15 consecutive calendar days or more, is considered to be on approved Leave of Absence (LOA).
Scheduling Sick Leave
- All Sick Leave planned or unplanned, must be discussed with your manager. If an absence is unexpected, you should notify your manager as soon as reasonably possible.
- After your manager has been notified, record your Sick leave in Workday[VMware network access required].
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Last Updated: 30 Dec 2021, 8:40 AM