Are Paid Leaves For Marriage Applicable?? - CiteHR
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Hi All,
I have this question that does a Company provides any waiver on Laeves for an Employee during his Marriage????
Please let me know the names of the Organisation who follow this practice & the days for which waiver is extended...
I need to submitt details with my firm for this for enhancing our Leave Policy..
Response awaited
Warm Regards
Geeti

dear Geeti,
Yes paid leaves are allowed for marriage, I was earlier working with a PSU. , wherein we used to provide 5 days 'special time off 'for any staff member getting married. This leave was not debited to his account and was not counted as leave availed by him, it was counted as special because it was provided by the Company for a special occassion to the staff member.
The concerned staff member had to submit his leave application to his immediate manager along with a marriage invitation card , the staff member is also give Rs. 2000/- as marriage gift, along with a company car , if available , at his disposal on his marriage day for 24 hours.
Hope this will help you.
thanks and regards
Rekha

Hi Geeti,
I thhink most established organisations have this policy. However, it is totally discretionary. Small & medium companies might not have this. Many Tata group companies have this policy.
But my company, a 42-year old organisation, would faint at the idea. A former colleague applied for special leave to get married, special leave because the organisation does not allow PLs in the first year of service. He was refused leave beyond 3 CLs, but he went and got married anyhow. There was a big ruckus, and he left in utter disgust shortly after his honeymoon. Since then, we existing employees have been advising new joinees to either marry before joining, or to suspend marriage plans for 1 year... :D This is true, I'm not joking.
Warm regards,
Devjit

Hi Geeti,
I thhink most established organisations have this policy. However, it is totally discretionary. Small & medium companies might not have this. Many Tata group companies have this policy.
But my company, a 42-year old organisation, would faint at the idea. A former colleague applied for special leave to get married, special leave because the organisation does not allow PLs in the first year of service. He was refused leave beyond 3 CLs, but he went and got married anyhow. There was a big ruckus, and he left in utter disgust shortly after his honeymoon. Since then, we existing employees have been advising new joinees to either marry before joining, or to suspend marriage plans for 1 year... :D This is true, I'm not joking.
Warm regards,
Devjit

Dear Friend, It depends on leave policy of organization. Most of the Organizations will provide marriage leaves. It may vary between 15-30 days. Sathish Kumar P.
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