Definition of 'sick day'
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The official figures show teachers take an average 5.4 sick days a year. The Sun (2008)Many churches have adopted "sick leave" policies that provide employees with a specified number of "sick days "each year. Christianity Today (2000)I had no sick days this year. The Sun (2012)A quarter have taken or would take a sick day to let workers in. The Sun (2011)Two extra days' holiday are awarded to those who have not had a sick day in a year. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They are said to have helped reduce the average number of sick days taken by police officers to 7.3 days a year. Times, Sunday Times (2008)LEISURE workers take more sick days than those in any other industry, a study found. The Sun (2015)It causes about eight million sick days a year, costing up to 1billion in lost productivity. The Sun (2010)
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