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Casual Leave/ Sick Leave is Compulsory??
Pls suggest me: In my company there is no Casual Leave/ Sick leave. Only 16 days PL is given. Is it legal? Also wanted to confirm the rules in this regards. If CL/SL is compulsory then how many should be given. Please help urgently
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20th May 2010 From India, Calcutta

jyoti_jain004 2
As per my opinion giving CL/SL is not mandatory however a certain amount of leave needs to be given by all corporates as per Shops and Establishments Act.. You need to check the same for your state and demand the same accordingly from the management.Cl/SL are just classifications of leave done by HR. Mostly the leave are given on prorata basis i.e. one leave for every 20 days of work.
20th May 2010 From India, Mumbai
srini2r 2
Dear Friends, My name is srinivas, can I know which software is better to manage of time management, Including attendance, leaves. Regards Srinivas.R Bangalore
20th May 2010 From India, Madras
in factory act 1948, it is mentioned that you should give 1 leave for every 20 days presense on duty. there is no mention of cl/sl type
21st May 2010 From India, Pune
R.N.Khola 209
Dear Sanjay, You are right in saying that Factories Act, 1948 only have chapter on annual leave with wages but the subject matter relate to grant of statutory CL & SL. Regards R N Khola
21st May 2010 From India, Delhi
Though not mandatory , the classification of CL / SL is good for a Company as it keeps scope for the basic human requirement of flexibility in on job attendance.
It also ensures that a limit is set on the employees as to the cause and scope of leaves available and avoids undue absentism if coupled with a good leave encashment system in the Co.
21st May 2010 From India, New Delhi
Yes Sanjay; You are correct; nothing mentioned in the act; so how i’ll decide about CL/ SL and also what could be the consequences if I dont gv any CL/ SL? Pls suggest
21st May 2010 From India, Calcutta
Vasant Nair 65
You are most likely covered under the provsions of the Shops and Establishments Act. Please study the Leave Rules provided therein and you will have the answer to your query. Vasant Nair
22nd May 2010 From India, Mumbai
Neelanjana Jain 1
i m working in a fmcg company as admin officer , now company has given me hr work as well kindly guide me because i seriously want to take hr as my career . i m from media background but want to pursue my career in hr only please guide what all i have to do .
22nd May 2010 From India, Pune
is there any carry forward or accumulation policy of Sick leave as per factories act
24th May 2013 From India, Hyderabad
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