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Hi,
One of the employee has joined on the 10th March 2008. As per company norms, the employees are entitled to get 12Casual leaves from Jan to December.
The first three months of the employee is considered to be the probation period wherein the employee is entitled for no leaves. But this will be carried forward after completion of probation period
So how to calculate leaves .
Pls help me all of you here at citehr.
Thanks a lot in advance.

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EXCELLENT, this cite has now become a readymade guide for all HR executives, by the way how could executives without having basic knowledge in HR get recruited, surely there must be some JACK
i guess no one here is to criticize others........... every one learns from the experience...........

May be she has not putted her question correctly ..................... she must hv ment smthng else...........

Hi! In case of nothing being defined accurately, which in itself is shocking for any good Company, you could allot the CLs on a pro-rata basis. Brandon
Friends,,

I really appreciate your outspoken NATURE

But at the same time, put the words more Neatly,,,

Give Answer to the Query & then Make them Realise,,,

When we are not answering let us refrain from HURTING Them,,

I am SURE we are Not HERE to ASK who HAS appointed he/she, for Which we dont have any right,,,

Now Coming to the Query,,

12 CL/Year = 1.25 Days/Month

Joined on March the Person gets 1.25 X 10 = 12.5 Days for the Year

In the 3 Months of Probation, he cannot take LEAVE,

But after probationary Period he is Entitled for 12.5 Days LEAVE

My Friend Please Go back to BASICS.

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IF u r not able to Get any details, then Post it in the FORUM,

So that u can avoid comments like ABOVE....

please dont hurt any one.
if we cannot help any one, then we must not also hurt them.
friends, in our company those who are on probation are given casual leave and sick leaves.
what is your opnion , on giving leaves to employees on probation.

There is nothing wrong to question the validity of such type of questions being asked which required no specialst skills to decide. Moreover its internal matter of every company what leavrage they adopt as policy. Which cannot be debated on such forums.
Casual Leaves are also applicable during probation and its calculation is based on proportionate to the working days of remaining period of calander year in which employee is employed.
In some cases advance casual leaves also allowed by companies as policy.
This does not require any specialization even 12th or matriculated student can work out what logic should be applied.
Its matter of common sense and not any great management science....
Badlu

dear we should not hurt anyone as no body is perfect in this world.we learn from each other and from our experiences. tks j s malik
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