Industrial Relations And Labour Laws
Hrm, Recruitment,performance Management
Labour & Industrial Laws
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Dear All,
Your opinion is required, as per the attachment enclosed.

This is one of our employee, whose date of Joining 20-12-2008.

Highlighted in read color is daily In & Out timing w.e.f 12-01-2009 to 31-01-2009.

We had treated as Leave Without Pay, for 17, 18, 19, 20, 22, 24, 25, 26, & 27 Jan 2009.

Being an HR / IR / Admin. Professional kindly advice:-
•Can a person is entitled for Leaves with pay as he/she recently joined for such long period.
•What would be treatment of 26-01-2009, as he / she is continues absent (leave) w.e.f. 17 ~ 27 only 21 & 23 he / she joined office.
•How you are treating Sunday , if a person is absent on Saturday & Monday, except in case of Earned Leave.

With regards,
Rakesh Kumar Sharma
email :-

From India, Rewari

Dear Rakesh, In ur case sunday treating as absent because if employee absent on saturday following with monday then all three days are treated as absent
From India, Udaipur
An employee who joins duty just on the previous day of a national or festival holiday is eligible for pay such holiday.
If suffix and prefix of a holiday is absent or leave without pay, pay for such holiday intervening should not be paid. As such holiday for 26th in your case will not be paid one.
In cases of casual leaves, intervening holidays/ weekly offs shall be treated as holiday and not CL. However, leave as per Factories Act (ie, Annual Leave with wages) shall have the same treatment as is for CL.

From India, Kannur
the employee is eligible for pay on the declared holiday on 26jan. It was declared holiday by the company even before the empoyee joined, so he is not required to work. In other words, it was declared as paid holiday.
From India, Tiruchchirappalli
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