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Sec. 411.208. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY.

(2) any officer or employee of an institution of higher education or private or independent...

Sec. 418.023. CLEARANCE OF DEBRIS.

Except in cases of wilful misconduct, gross negligence, or bad faith, a state employee or agent...

Sec. 419.0321. PART-TIME FIRE PROTECTION EMPLOYEES.

(f) A part-time fire protection employee may work, on a temporary basis only, in place of a person...

Sec. 659.016. OVERTIME COMPENSATION FOR EMPLOYEES NOT SUBJECT TO FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT; REDUCTIONS IN PAY.

5d, the employee is not at work for less than one day for personal reasons or because of illness or...

Sec. 661.005. WITHDRAWAL OF TIME FROM POOL.

(b) If the employee is seeking permission to withdraw time because of a catastrophic illness or...

The statement must provide sufficient information regarding the illness or injury to enable the...

Sec. 661.006. LIMITATION ON WITHDRAWALS.

(a) An employee may not withdraw time from the sick leave pool except in the case of catastrophic...

Sec. 661.202. ENTITLEMENT TO SICK LEAVE; GENERAL PROVISIONS AND PROCEDURES.

(d) Sick leave with pay may be taken when sickness, injury, or pregnancy and confinement prevent...

(f) An employee who must be absent from duty because of sickness, injury, or pregnancy and...

(g) To be eligible to take accumulated sick leave without a deduction in salary during a continuous...

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Accident LawOccupational Disability Benefit5
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Plural alternatives: employee (employees), injury (injuries)

Similar words:

employee: employee-to-staff, employees

Synonyms in this publication:

employee: assistant, hand, inferior, junior, laborer, migrant, secondary, servant, subordinate, temporary, worker

injury: abuse, bad, bankruptcy, blight, blow, breach, break, breakdown, burn, check, chip, contempt, corruption, cost, crime, crippling, cut, damage, debit, delinquency, denial, despite, destruction, disablement, disadvantage, distress, divestment, encroachment, error, evil, expense, failure, fault, felony, forfeit, forfeiture, genocide, grievance, handicap, harm, ill, impairment, imposition, impropriety, infection, infringement, lapse, liability, losing, loss, malfeasance, maltreatment, misdemeanor, mutilation, nonfeasance, offense, omission, pain, pollution, prejudice, rent, robbery, run, sabotage, sacrifice, slip, stress, stroke, suffering, tort, toxin, trauma, trespass, trip, violation, violence, wound, wrong

These words have practice notes in the legal dictionary: employee, injury

  

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