An employment privilege given by employers to employees. If given it assures the employee that the employer will hold the employee’s job while absent. Not guaranteed by most employers. The employee must provide solid justification for being absent, especially if the employee is gone for more than the agreed-to time. Also known as lien on appointment.

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