Administrative leave

leave, as from a government agency or department, arranged by special permission or directive:
During the investigation she was placed on administrative leave with pay.
Contemporary Examples

Maxwell previously told The Daily Beast that the reasons for his administrative leave designation had never been explained to him.
Kerry Reinstates Benghazi Officials Clinton Punished Josh Rogin August 19, 2013

Two tribal members were shot and hospitalized and the agent who shot them was put on administrative leave.
A Shooting on a Tribal Land Uncovers Feds Running Wild Caitlin Dickson August 25, 2014

They have been put on administrative leave by the university.
Exclusive: New Potential Penn State Victims Emerge Jessica Bennett November 9, 2011

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  • Admirable

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