Leave Rules In Karnataka State. - Shop And Establishment
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asha711 Started The Discussion:

Hi

Iam Asha. Iam working in a solar power company as HR Executive. I have joined this company 1 month back. We manufacture solar water heater etc. The total strength of the company is 30.

Till date they have not followed any leave policies. But they want me to frame leave policies for the company. Iam not sure about rules applicable for casual leave and sick leave in karnataka.

Kindly advice me whether sick leave is compulsory if yes then how many leave should be allowed, how many casual leave should be allowed as per law.

And also which book should i refer for related issues.

Please help me out on this issue as this is very urgent.

Thanks & regards,

Asha R

sidman05 - Member Since: Jun 2010
Dear ASHA,

Please find the Leave rules as per shop and establishment act of Karnataka
The Karnataka Shops and Commercial Establishments Act, 1961

1. Quantum of Leave per Year

a, Privilege - 1 day for every 20 days of work performed by
him
b, Casual - Not specified
c, Sick - During the first 12 months of continuous service
and every subsequent 12 months not exceeding
12 days on the grounds of any sickness or
accident or for any other reasonable cause.

2. Entitlement of leave

a, Privilege - During the year
b, Casual - Not specified
c, Sick - During the year

3. Annexation of leave

a, Privilege leave - Not specified
b, Casual - Not Specified
c, Sick - Not Specified

4. Accumulation of leave

a, Privilege leave - Can be carried forward but which shall not
exceed 30 days in any calendar year.
b, Casual - Not Specified
c, Sick - No accumulation allowed

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