Human Resource And Labour Laws
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15th June 2009 From India, Delhi
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30th October 2009 From India, New Delhi
According to Delhi shops and establishment,
Every person employed in an establishment shall be entitled :
(a)after every twelve months', continuous employment, to privilege leave for a total period of not less than fifteen days;
(b) in every year, to sickness or casual leave for a total period of not less than twelve days;
(i) an employee who has completed a period of four months in continuous employment, shall be entitled to not less than five days privilege leave for every such completed period; and
(ii) an employee who has completed a period of one month in continuous employment, shall be entitled to not less than one day's casual leave for every month.
Provided further that a watchman or caretaker who has completed a period of twelve months in continuous employment and to whom the provisions of Section 8, 10, 11, 13 and 17 do not apply by virtue of an exemption granted under Section 4, shall be entitled to not less than thirty days' privilege leave.
(i) Privilege leave to which an employee is entitled under clause (a) of sub-section (1) or under any such law, contract, custom or usage, award, settlement or agreement as is referred to in section 3, or any part of such leave, if not availed of by such employee, shall be added to the privilege leave in respect of any succeeding period to which he is so entitled, so however, the total period of such privilege leave which may be accumulated by such employee shall not at anyone time exceed three times the period of privilege leave to which he is entitled after every twelve months' employment under that clause or under such law, contract, custom or usage, award, settlement or agreement.
(ii) Leave admissible under clause (b) of sub-section (1) shall not be accumulated].
If an employee entitled to leave under clause (a) of sub-section (1) of this section is discharged by his employer before he has been allowed the leave, or if, having applied for and having been refused the leave, he quits his employment before he has been allowed the leave, the employer shall pay him full wages for the period of leave due to him.
30th October 2009 From India, Mumbai
3rd January 2013 From India, Delhi
A close reading of Section 22 indicates the following useful points:
i. MAXIMUM leave accumulation of PL cannot exceed 45 days
ii. There is NO MINIMUM limit for PL accumulation
iii. The encashment of PL is mandatory only when the employee departs from the company either by way or termination, retirement or resignation. Yearly encashment is not prescribed by law.
5th April 2018 From India, Delhi