Once you approve leave, you cannot hold the employee accountable for
work that does not get done during the absence. In terms of short
absences, you may not have to adjust the deadlines or requirements at
all. However, if the employee is out for an extended time during the
opportunity period, you may need to extend the opportunity period for
the time of the absence to ensure that the employee has a chance to
perform acceptably. Depending upon the nature of the work, an
opportunity period shortened by approved absence may be valid if the
work assignments and expectations were such that the employee still had
the chance to demonstrate improved performance.
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