Double Wages Worked In National & Festivel Holidays - CiteHR
R.N.Khola
Labour Laws & Ir
Ukmitra
Business Development, Employee Relations,
Subravijay
Officer Hr

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An employee gets salary of Rs.3,000/- per month. He worked in deepawali. Act says Double wages. how much amount he will be paid for the particular day?
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Hey Subra,
PM Salary : 3000/-
P Day Salary : 3000/26 days = 115 (rounded)
P Hour Salary : 115 . 8 hours day = 14
So double salary for No hours worked on Diwali = (X hrs worked x 2) x (14) i.e P hour salary
Hope that is helpful.
UKmitra

Dear Sir, If suppose festival holiday fall on weekly off? how much will you pay for him? S.vijay
Same as above, since you are already paying his monthly salary na....for 30 days.....which is including the weekends...right don’t get confused..okay
If employee works on a paid holiday he needs to be paid thrice the rate and not double. Regards, Jagdish Vasta
R A PATIL,
Provision of grant of festival holidays are governed by either of these Acts i. e. State Shops Act or State Industrial Establishment ( National & Festival Holiday and Casual & Sick Leaves) Act. First examine which of the Act is applicable in your case & then go through this provision to see in what conditions we to grant holidays.
Regards,
R.N.Khola


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