From "kmadhu_july17" : Hi,
Is there any compulsion on the employer to have Loss of Pay leaves granted for the employees? Is it covered in the Labor rules?
If Yes, what is the minimum count of LOP leaves in a calendar year?
Regards
Madhu K
7th October 2008 From India, Delhi

can any body reply
1) loss of pay for a employee when he is not having single leave bal. in his account
that time what is the calculation
2) what exactly the days to be considered i.e. 26 days or 27 days
i.e. to arrive at salary per day what exactly the days to be divided
pl. confirm
slg
14th February 2009 From India, Belgaum
dear madhu
you call it loss of pay or leave without pay both are same.when an individual does not have leave balance in his account and he has given permission to remain absent.
so this absence is authorised one .
no limit is there for loss of pay leaves ,depend upon company.
tks
j s malik
14th February 2009 From India, Delhi
Except the leave mentioned in Factories Act, Plantations Labour Act or Shops and Establishments Act, all other leaves are benefits offered to employees by the respective employer. If an employee has no sufficient leave to his credit, employer can sanction leave without pay. There can not be any hard rule for entitlement and availment of leave without pay. It is purely a discretionary power of the employer to grant Leave without Pay. Therefore, if the reason for availing leave without pay is genuine, the employer can sanction it without any restriction. On the otherhand, without approval of such leave shall be viewed as a serius misconduct also.
Regards,
Madhu.T.K
14th February 2009 From India, Kannur
dear seniors, this is sri. i want to know about the actual no. of days in one year for a private concern in general. i am working in chennai. pls post your reply. sri
16th February 2009 From India, Madras

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