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sick paynoun [U]

uk   us  
money given by an ​employer to someone who cannot ​work because of ​illness
(Definition of sick pay from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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sick paynoun [U]

uk   us   HR, WORKPLACE
moneypaid to a ​worker who is not at ​work because they are ill: He was off ​work for three months with no ​sickpay. get/receive ​sickpay a sickpayscheme
(Definition of sick pay from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “sick pay”
in Chinese (Simplified) (雇主发放的)疾病津贴…
in Chinese (Traditional) (僱主發放的)病假津貼…
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