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OMG I can't believe this......let me put it to you short and sweet:<br />
IF YOU WERE THE BOSS & an employee came to YOU and asked what you are asking for, do you think you, as the employer, would let this person have this leave?<br />
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think that over........<br />
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and.....if you're gonna ask, DON"T go into so much detail........it makes you look like a jerk......and whiny!!<br />
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how about......"I have a chance to be with my parents, whom I havent seen in a year.......(no 'about", be definite!!).....and my plans are to leave on june 20th & be back on August 22......AGAIN; NO ' AROUND'..BE DEFINITE'........remember, if you're the boss, wouldn't you want your employee to be sure of themselves, and not 'well, it'll be about this long, etc?? see??)<br />
Would you approve of this? or some such phrase.<br />
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again, you are being forthright and not 'begging'......and again, think how much better that'd sound to you if you were the boss!!!<br />
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anyhow, I hope you get the time off.<br />
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just DON"T say you're 'lonely'........that's pathetic!!

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If I were my boss I would think - mhm well we are slow as **** and I'm always giving her less than 15 hours. Perhaps it would be better if she leaves.- I know I'm a good employee and a very hard worker. Ok I'll give exact dates you're right. hahaha that's exactly what I want- with the I feel lonely statement. anywho, thank you!

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well if it's that slow, you should ask; just follow my suggestion and keep it short, sweet, and professional...and have fun when you get with your parents!!!!

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Thank you! and my boss agreed to give me the leave of absence :)

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hooray for you.........see? that wasn't so hard, was it? and enjoy your family time!

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Give it a shot, i'm sure they'll understand

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Perhaps you'd be better off asking for most of it as unpaid leave.

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what is the difference?

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Over here we get a certain amount of holiday leave each year where you are still paid, but you can take time out without being paid.

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Won't know until you ask.

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Are you kidding me? You're going to ask your boss for a "leave of absence" to hang out with your family for two months? And you aren't even going to be able to give a full two week's notice whatever happens? Wow....Maybe this generation IS as entitled as they say it is.

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loloololololol

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my boss allowed me to get the leave of absence :3

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