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Discussion in 'Independent' started by noemie, Jun 25, 2012.
Yes there is. If you are off for more than 30 days you can't pass.
Yes, check on the TDA website (or whatever it calls itself nowadays).
BUT: if the sickness absence is due to pregnancy, then I believe that the Equal Opportunities legislation says that a woman may not be discriminated against for this, so those absences do not count.
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