R.N.Khola
Labour Laws & Ir
+4 Others

Hai,
I have joined a company as HR recently. I am in probationary period for 1 year this is an IT services company. This company is not providing any paid leaves except sunday and public holidays. we are also working on saturdays inspite of an IT company. Is it legal and as per the rules that the employees in probationary period will have no paid leaves.
24th November 2009 From India, Hyderabad
Hi,
Bhandhavi,
Generally Company hires & keeping in probation for few months for analysing their interests, skills and worth. At the end of probation you will be allowed to take leave with pay according to company given appointment letter. Generally it may be 6 months or according company hiring policy.
Kenady
24th November 2009 From India, Hyderabad
Hi kenady, But i am askin is it legal to have employees without giving a paid leave in aprobation period of 1 year
24th November 2009 From India, Hyderabad
Hi,
Bhandhavi,
yes it is legal because yet you are not the permanent employee of that company . During probation period you are under the supervision and after the completion of probation period company may or may not keep you as their employee. So in above context you are not yet the permanent employee and you don't have the total right of the permanent employee which they are getting.
26th November 2009 From India, Jodhpur
Dear Go through your State Shops & Commercial Establishments Act regarding grant & accumulation of different types of leaves. R.N.Khola Office: (M) (O) 0124-4264449
26th November 2009 From India, Delhi
Please refer company leave policy i.e in probation period the employee's are eligible for Casual/Sick Leave.
An employee who completes 240 days in a year are entitle for 1 paid day leave for every 20 working day.
Nishi
26th November 2009 From India, Mumbai
Dear Bhandavi,

What is that you are going to do by finding out whether it legal or not? Are you going to fight with the management????No way. They will just rule off by saying that its company policy and even they have rights to lay off the new recruit during probation without any prior intimation or notice if they are not satisfied with his/her job, attitude etc., so think twice before you act.

First of all you should have got everything cleared before joining. Probation is a period where ur department people monitor ur quality of work to make sure that they have made the right recruit (OR) it would have been the time span that they had set up for the new joinee to learn about their product, his/her responsibilities, about the company and the environment,,, so most probably they try not giving any leave to the new joinee.

Bust in case of emergency such as sick(Not for fever, stomach pain, headache etc..), relations/friend death, accident etc... you can request them for leave without LOP and i hope they may not have any issues doing it.

Good Luck to you.
26th November 2009 From India, Madras
hai to all,
Thanks for all those comments . but as i am a HR all the employees ask me about the leaves i am asking as to reply them with a perfect reason. i dont want to give a rude reply as my boss or superior will give to me
26th November 2009 From India, Hyderabad
i want to know the proper TDS deduction suppose one person is joininga company in the mid of month so TDS should be deducted or not?and if he gets 2 increments within a FY.than in that condition what we do?or what is the criteria of deducting TDS suppose in our company performance based bonus is there,so we should add the bonus amount in annual income or should it be separate? how we add LIC policy or rent in deductions pls let me know the answer's?
29th November 2009 From India, Raipur
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