Reasonable Time Off

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Reasonable Time Off - (adjective + noun)


This is usually used to refer to the paid time off a shop steward or union official gets from his/her employer to carry out trade union duties.


Source: Adapted from
Example of Use: The TUC argues that representatives of a union recognised by the employer should be allowed reasonable paid time off to undergo training in aspects of industrial relations activities relevant to the trade union duties that they carry out.