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Leave Without Pay (LWP)

What is Leave Without Pay (LWP)?

Leave Without Pay (LWP) is also known as Unpaid Leave. It means to be absent from duty with the Employer’s permission but without pay.

Leave without pay is generally required by employees when they have utilized all other paid leaves. LWP can be taken only if the company approves them as employees are not entitled to it. In these leaves, Benefits and entitlements are going to be continued unless otherwise expressly provided in this Agreement.

Leave Without Pay Will Be Approved For The Following Reasons:

  • Leave for state service in the public interest
  • Educational leave
  • Community service
  • Union project activities
  • Personal, non-medical reasons approved by the department

Also, See: Earned leave (EL) | Leave Policy

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