vidyadhar
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Recruitment of field sales personnel, performance review and management

Dear Friends,
Under The Sales Promotion Employees Act 1976 a Sales Promotion Employee shall be granted.
a) Earned Leave on full wages for not less than one-eleventh of the period spent on duty.
b) Medical Leave on half wages for not less than one eighteenth of the period spent on duty.
So as per these rules how many days will be his total leave entitlement for the year if the employee was on the roles for the whole of previous financial year and he has not availed of any leave in the previous year?
Thanks and regards,
Vidyadhar

From India, Mumbai
[email protected]
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pharmaceutical

i work in a pharmaceutical company. i want to know under which act should i have my leave policy i.e under sales and promotion act or shop and establishment act or under factory act? also if i may have the same leave policy for the office staff and the factory workers and the field staff? and should the leaves be given in d same year or the consecutive year on the basis of a financial year already worked by a staff?
thanks
Neha

From India, Delhi
Anonymous
Hello
The attached PDF file,responsibilities given cleverly by management to avoid various industry rules & acts,
Signed by general manager marketing of pharmaceutical company.
Can any one confirm that the job responsibilities will attract salesman promotion act or industrial dispute act.
With available rules based on nature of work not in supervisor grade & have no reporting persons under him,can we
concluded as WORKMEN &any disputes one can approach labour court...please

From India, Bangalore

Attached Files
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celsiusHR
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HR Manager

Dear Sir / Madam
I have worked in a pharmaceutical company for 6 years, No I have resigned can anyone please tell me that I m entitled to en-cash how much earned leave. My settlement is under process.
Regards
Chanderpal

From India, Ghaziabad
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