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hello! I have the same question i.e i have to frame leave policies , i’mwith IT firm, located in Rajasthan. Kindly help me framing leave polices for this sector. Regards Urvashi Jaipur
From India, Pune
Hello Everyone,
Please mention the following about your company:
Company Name
working days in a week
Total Leaves Avaliable
Privilige Leave/Earned leave/Annual Leave
Casual Leave
Sick Leave
Maternity Leave
Paternity Leave
Other Leaves
I will fill one out as an example
Company Name Wipro
working days in a week 5 Days
Total Leaves Avaliable Unknown
Privilige Leave/Earned leave/Annual Leave:21 days excluding
all official holidays
and weekly holidays
Casual Leave
Sick Leave 5 Days pa
Maternity Leave as per law
Paternity Leave:-None
Other Leaves:-None
Kindly co-operate.
Regards,
Shyamali

From India, Nasik
dear shyamali,
Thank you for your reply,
Companies name: Monsoon Consulting Pvt Ltd
Working Days: 5 days in a week
CL: not yet determined
PL/SL/EL: not yet decided
Annual holidays: as per legal holidays.
Regards
Urvashi

From India, Pune
Dear Shyamali,
The details requested are as follows:
Company Name- Intellect Consultancy
working days in a week- 5
Total Leaves Avaliable--
Privilige Leave/Earned leave/Annual Leave- 14
Casual Leave & Sick - 7
Maternity Leave- 84; 14 days pre confinement and 70 post confinement
Paternity Leave- none
Other Leaves-none
Cheers
Prof.Lakshman

From Sri Lanka, Kolonnawa
Dear Shymali
The leaves can be named as follows :
Vacation Leave or Earned Leave : 1 day leave for every 20 days worked
Casual Leave : 12 days in a year for casual nature
Paid Holidays : 12 days - 4 for National Holidays, 2 Christian Festival, 2 for Muslim Festivals, 4 for Hindu Festivals.
with regards
yoganth murthy

From India, Bangalore
Hi,
Company Name : Zones India
Working days : 5 in a week
PL : 14 days p.a., carried forward indefinitely
CL : 7 days, cannot carry forward
SL : 7 days, cannot forward, but under doc recommendation can take 7 more days
All 3 above are with full pay.
Maternity Leave -90 dys
Paternity Leave -30 days
Other than this all statutory holidays & weekends are also available.
Regards,
Devjit

From India, Gurgaon
In Sri Lanka we have 14 days of Annual leave and 7 days of casual leave which is compulsary.
Some organizations grant sick leave as well but this is optional.
So to my knowledge there is no issue with regard to leave.

From Sri Lanka
I am new to this discussion group but am very impressed with the learned exchanges and helpfulness of the group.
My company is setting up a manufacturing plant in Chennai and i would appreciate any guidance on market practice in the following:
Annual leave for workman - no of days
Casual leave - how prevalent / no. of days
Paternity Leave - no of days
Any guidance / help i can get is appreciated.
Thks in advance
May


dear shyamali,
i am so sorry that i cudnt reply ur mail in time.. well i am at home as i met with an accident... i will join my office next week. well i will let you know the policy... and other details... please mail me at ...i wil reply u .
regards,
gunjan

From India, Delhi
Hi Shyamali,

While you have already got good inputs to serve your queries, I may 'broadly' add the following :

Leaves in India are essentially governed by either of the enactments : (State's) Shops and Commercial Establishments Act and Factories Act, ESI Act, Maternity Benefits Act. Your leave structure will be governed by the basic fact that your organization is a 'commercial establishment, shop or industrial establishment'. Accordingly, your leave will be structured.

The following types of leave are common:

Earned/Privilege Leave

Casual Leave

Sickness Leave

Maternity

All three are statutorily defined. Companies may pay more leave but the minimum are defined in the relevant enactment.

Progressive Companies follow several other types of leave to 'attract and retain' talent and be counted as savvy, modern and holding 'best/better HR practices'. Some are :

Sabbaticals

Maternity/Paternity Leave (beyond the statutory Maternity Leave)

(Higher) Education Leave

Funeral Leave (beyond ESI Act)

Birth/Marriage Anniversary Leave

Non-cuperation leave

Dating Leave, etc. etc.

Hope this broadens the canvas.

Cheers!

Rahul Kumar

From India, New Delhi

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