From "anumitra" : Can anybody tell me how to keep leave record in a small organisation? and what action to be taken when empolyee takes leave without prior notice? Thanks & Regards Anumitra
16th February 2008 From India, Mumbai

Renuka Vijayan 1
It is better and easy to maintain the attendance in an excel sheet - month wise.
In case of leave taken withour prior notice the follwoing options are available:
A Persoanl warning
Adjust with the available CL
Give a memo
23rd January 2010 From India, Madras
v.s.nithya 1
Dear All, Am attaching the leave format.....
27th September 2010 From India, Madras
Attached Files
File Type: xls leave format.xls (16.0 KB, 6060 views)
karthics143145 2
Dear Mam,
Visited the link which u have mentioned below but no faida . Its a slide show. Senoir we need the excel sheet to implemented. To be Honest we are not that much familiar with systems. If u have time kindly send us across . Thanks for the healthy tips posted in the forum.
Note : Mam if u r sending plz u to keep in my mind that format type is KSA calender.
29th September 2010 From Saudi Arabia, Riyadh
Anayaat 66
As mentioned above by one of colleagues there are a lot of enterprises available in the market you can purchase for your organization to do the work on your behalf just customize the leave rule and it will work.
On the other hand since you have requested an excel format to be used please find attached excel document for calculating leave for your organization.
However, please do go back to your human resources manual and apply your rules on the entitlement, and the overtime and carry forward.
30th September 2010 From Oman, Muscat
Attached Files
File Type: xls Annual Leave Record.xls (22.0 KB, 4489 views)
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