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  1. #41
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    Default How many sick days do you get?

    We get 14 a year (5 without a certificate - then a certificate required once you've reached your 5 without)

    Ours also rolls over into the next year but we don't get it paid out when we leave (therefore I use most of mine even if not sick)

    We can also log into our payroll system and see how much sick leave, annual leave or long service leave we have. The last 2 are also on our payslips

    I'm just in boring admin
    Last edited by Cevapa; 11-04-2015 at 05:08.

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    I think I get 10 days per year, but it doesn't roll over and it's not paid out if we leave. Plus there's 2 days family leave per year (again doesn't roll over). I've been at my current job 11 months and have only used 1 sick day for myself. Have used 2 for when the kids were sick...though I think possibly they used annual leave at my request.


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