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Ankit Gupta Started The Discussion:

Hello,

Please tell me the standard leave policy (CL, SL, EL). I have read articles, but I did not find standard policy.

Also, please tell me about the encashment of leaves.

Thanks in advance...

Ankit Gupta

malikjs - Member Since: Nov 2007
dear ankit
there can not be standarad leave policy because while framing leave policy of the company you have to take care of state leave rules as per provisions of shop act , factories act and factory rules.the factory/establishment which may be compliying delhi rules may not fit to UP.
see as per delhi shop and establisment act
privilege leave 15 and casual and sick leav 12
whereas as per UP shop act
privilege leave 15 ,casual 10 sick 15
see now how much is difference,these are minimum leave one has to give than how you can form standrad policy.
tks
j s malik

shiva_HRM - Member Since: Jun 2008
Dear Ankit,

I'm with Malik, There wont be any as such. But, few things must be followed as per the Laws & Acts.

1. PL/EL :

If the company is working for 5 days a week then 1 earned leave for 30 days. If the establishment is working 6 days per week then 1 & 1/2 per 30 days, that is 1 earned leave for every 20 service days.

2. Sick leave is must: No of the leaves minimum 12 and max up to the management decision.

3. Maternity & Paternal Leaves are as per the 1961 act.

Regards,
Shiv

malikjs - Member Since: Nov 2007
dear chetan as per bombay shop and establishment act you have to give 21 paid previlege leave.there is no provision of sick and casual leave . tks j s malik

Amitmhrm - Member Since: Feb 2007
Dear Ankit, Leave encashment policy also does vary from company to company.. Most of the companies follow the encashment of leave after accumulation of 45 days earned leaves. Regards, Amit Seth.

Man Mohan Pandey - Member Since: Dec 2008
Please tell me number of EL/PL/CL/SL as per uttarakhand state shop & establishment / factory act.

What if any company is not providing exact nos of SL and leaving all SL matters to be decided by the managment as per individual cases? Is it correct ? Can any one challenge it if yes then on what basis specially in uttarakhand state?


Regards,

MMP

dasp06 - Member Since: Jan 2006
Dear Ankit,

Although there is nothing called a standard policy. Policies vary from company to company, place to place.

However, to help you form a leave policy I am enclosing herewith a file that you may take as a reference and make a policy as per the need of your company and the applicable laws in your state.

Prashant


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Hello,

Please tell me the standard leave policy (CL, SL, EL). I have read articles, but I did not find standard policy.

Also, please tell me about the encashment of leaves.

Thanks in advance...

Ankit Gupta


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sanjib.jena - Member Since: Oct 2008
here is a format . hope this is help ful to all.


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askmemanish - Member Since: Jan 2009
Dear Malik sir Please tell me the standard leave policy (CL, SL, EL). I have read articles, but I did not find standard policy From Haryana Factory Act

sunita123 - Member Since: Feb 2008
Dear All, Can anybody tell me the no of leaves for Andhra Pradesh. Also are these numbers constant or do they vary from time to time?

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