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21/04/2010 14:24:05
Re: Sick Leave & Hospitalisation

I've doubtful on paid sick leave & hospitalisation. If a staff in Jan & Feb already having 5 days MC for nature illness; in March she was having 39 days hospitalised MC due to an minor operation.
Under Labour laws;
1) do it mean she is having 60 days MC in this calendar year?
2) after hospitalised, if she having nature illness MCs, do it charged as sick leave of 14 days or 60 days per year?
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KL Siew
21/04/2010 15:40:16
Has to stay in hospital for 39 days for a minor operation?

1. Ordinary sick leave + hospitalisation shall not be more than 60 days per calendar year.

2. After the 39 days hospitalisation, there is still a balance of 21 days for sick leave or further hospitalisation.
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25/04/2010 02:11:37
Are you mean balance of 21 days for normal sick leave? Since he/she may have 14 days sick leave only per year...Or mean balance of 21 days for hospitalization/prolonged illness leave ? If he/she take MC afterwards, that's mean need deduct his/her annual leave or deduct salarry?
Mr staff had an minor accident on finger...he got 2 MC slips from government hospital...10 days + 14 days=24 days...without hospitalization...before that,he already took 4 days MC..(entitled to 14 days per year)...Did the 28days considered under 60days sick leave...or he not entitiled to it since no hospitalization needed...Please advice accordingly..TQ
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