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dodejarl Started The Discussion:

As per factories act privledge leave is to be given @ 1 day for every 20 days worked.The emphasis is not on working days but on days worked.Therefore the question is that if one is availing casual leave or privilege leave or festival paid holiday should such days of leave be calculated as days worked for the purpose of calculating privilege leave due.

R.N.Khola -  Member Since: Feb 2009
Dear Member,

Plz go through section 79 of The Factories Act, 1948 on eligibility & calculation of earned leaves.As stated by you we are to calculate EL on actual working days.

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R.N.Khola
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Skylark Associates, Gurgaon (Haryana)
(Labour Law Consultants)
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Originally Posted by dodejarl View Post
As per factories act privledge leave is to be given @ 1 day for every 20 days worked.The emphasis is not on working days but on days worked.Therefore the question is that if one is availing casual leave or privilege leave or festival paid holiday should such days of leave be calculated as days worked for the purpose of calculating privilege leave due.

shallu malik -  Member Since: Jan 2011
Thats right it should be calculated on the working days leave basis not for any holiday or weekly off prceeding or interviening leave period. Also it depends on the company policy, what the policy defines it also matter alot.

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