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12/07/2012 10:43:03
Re: Hospitalization Leave

Dear Siew,

My staff admitted from 13/10/2011 - 16/11/2011 (35 days-accident and fracture his leg). Dr given him medical leave from 17/11/2011 - 14/12/2011 then another medical leave from 12/12/2011 - 26/02/2012.

13/10/2011 - 16/11/2011 - we given Hospitalization leave
17/11/2011 - 11/12/2011 - we given Hospitalization leave as well due to staff fracture his leg

He has utilised his 60 days hospitalisation leave for 2011. The other leaves from 12/12/2011 - 31/12/2011 will treat as annual leave/ unpaid leave.

My question is...

should we still give him the hospitalisation leave for the new calendar year of 2012? i.e. the medical leave given by dr from 1/1/2012 - 26/2/2012?
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KL Siew
12/07/2012 17:04:44
1. For year 2011, any leave beyond the total of 60 days will be annual leave or no pay leave.
2. For year 2012, new medical leave entitlement will start again for the year up to a total of 60 days.
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02/08/2012 11:27:55
Hi there,

Good morning…

Need your help to guide me on one case as follow:

We have one pregnant staff been hospitalized from 01/7 – 10/07 (example).She was given MC by the doctor from 11/07 -15/7 (example).

My questions as follows:

1) Is that the MC given by the doctor considered as Hospitalization leave or Sick Leave (from my understanding it should be Hospitalization leave)
2) Our company grant 22days of paid Medical Leave. If the staff had fully utilized the Hospitalization leave, can we deduct the Medical Leave or straight away deduct her salary?
3) If in our policy clearly stated that we only accept the MC from our panel clinic, if the staff obtain MC form non-panel clinic can we ignore her MC and deduct her salary?

Your immediate reply are highly appreciated.

Thanks and have a nice day ahead.
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08/07/2015 16:44:46
Hi there,

I have a staff who met motorbike accident on 26 June 15.
He has submitted the MC as below:-

1) 26/6 /15 ( 1 day)
2) 29/6/15-2/7/15 ( 4 days)
3) 3/7/15 ( 1 day)
4) 6/7/15-7/7/15 (2 days)
5) 8/7/15-9/7/15 (2 days)

May I know all these are part of hospitalization leave or medical leave? So far my understanding, hospitalization leave must be continuous with date...but above MC is break down by days.

Please advise.
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