Labour Laws & Ir
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Raghav Prasad
Hr And Business Development
Gm (hr)
Human Resources
Amruta AB
Still Trying To Be An Expert
Hr Exec
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Dear all Good Day Could you please send me the types of leaves available and how they are paid.
From India, Hyderabad
Dear Santhya,
Provisions of different types of leaves are there in different labour enactments i.e. The Factories Act,1948, The Maternity Benefit Act,1961, State Shops & Commercial Establishment Act & Industrial Establishment ( National & Festival Holidays and Casual & Sick Leaves ) Act. Please examine which Act is applicable to your unit. Payment provisions are also there in these Acts.
R.N. Khola
Sr Associate
Skylark Associates, Gurgaon

From India, Delhi
dear pls make your query more clear as different act have different provisions for leave, so u have to be specific. tks js malik
From India, Delhi
Thank you very much Mr. Mallik ji and Mr Khola Ji
I would like to know generally what are the different type of Leaves available irrespective of Laws and when ever they are applicable and what does they mean and how they are Calculated. Ex CL, PL, EL etc
A clear information would be highly appreciable

From India, Hyderabad
Dear Freinds,
I am working in publishing company as a Executive-HR, my manager used to say draft letter, in diffrent subject I would like to know what is the best process to draft letter is there any books or site which can help me. pls help me.
Seeking your cooperation.
Raj - 9871193291:-x

From India, Bangalore
Hi Satya,
Generally we have the the following leaves & Holidays available:
  • Casual Leave (12 - 15 per year): For any kind of emergency at a short notice. Maximum of 3 consecutive days
  • Sick Leave (12 - 15 per year): As the name suggests, in case the employee is medically unfit to come over to the office on a particular day or a few days. Medical Bills and Doctors letter should be taken from the employee in case of 3 or more consecutive SLs
  • Earned / Privilledge Leaves (15 - 20 per year): These are long leaves generally 4 or more days and generally taken once or twice in an year. Must be applied at least 20 working days in advance. Can be carried forward to the next year upto a maximum of 42 leaves.
Apart from the above we have Weekly Offs and Public Holidays. Any other unapproved leaves are unpaid leaves.

From India, Faridabad
Raj, Generally there are no such books and all, but I guess if you do a google search or probably a download search in CiteHR only you would find something helpfull. Thanks
From India, Faridabad
dear raj
basically you should not intrupt inbetween and ask seprately if you have any query.we were discussing regarding leave and you are asking about a book on drafting of letters.
you can take a book model forms and precedent by HL KUMAR.this book is related to letters concerned to HR.

From India, Delhi
Dear Mr. Sumit,
Please specify the act properly. I am sorry if its hurts you. For privilledged Leave for every 20 continues working day, 1 day will be the holiday, its must, apart from that casual and sick leave will be according to ur company policy, how can be biforcated these both as per norms.
National and Festival holidays is minimum 9 days. more than that company top management have to decide. And also if we have to work on the day, we have to submit the letter with dually signed by employer and employee to labour officer and for the same company have to provide extra salary for the employees. something i had said what i know. let we get more comments.

From India, Bangalore
Hi Vishaka,
No it certainly didnt hurt me:)
My idea of writting that post was not to specify acts as it was already there in the thread. I wanted to respond to the query of Satya on what are the general types of leaves and holidays now a days. So I gave him an idea of the same. However the final figures shall be decided by the management or the company and the law of land there only.

From India, Faridabad

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