Dear HR Colleagues
I have observed a lot of confusion regarding number of leaves and types of leaves and how to create a leave policy, etc.
I had similar issues while formulating and evaluating my organization's leave policy too. So I did a bit of internet research on the various Shops & Establishment Acts regarding Leave Provisions. My findings were limited to the following states only:
Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Delhi, & Uttar Pradesh (Noida).
Please note that this report refers to all establishments governed by the Shops & Establishment Act only, along with the Model Standing Orders. Provisions under Factories Act are not included.
I am attaching the file below:
Rose S

From India, Mumbai

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great work Rose..can you also comment on festival holidays in Delhi..i am a little confused..i got to know that its 9 days as per national and festival holidays act but not able to find any law substantiating this.
Samar Abbas

From India, New Delhi
Dear Samar
I found only a few states that have an Act specifically for National Holidays & Festivals i.e Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu & Punjab.
The National Holidays & Festivals Act as per the central government is actually The Weekly Holidays Act and does not specify the number of National Holidays or Festivals.
To answer you query, Delhi does not have a specific Act for National Holidays & Festivals. Delhi seems to be covered under the Delhi Shops & Estb Act and has 3 mandatory holidays as per the Act. It would also be governed by Model Standing Orders (Central Rules). So you would have to go by those guidelines.
On an average though, most companies provide anywhere between 8-10 paid holidays depending on their leave policy.

From India, Mumbai
hi rose can you please tell me Shops & Establishment Acts regarding Leave for M.P. Ragards vasu
From India, Bhopal
Hi Rose, Punjab Industrial establishment ( National and Festival Holidays) Act is applicable for Dehi but i think its not applicable to service sector. Regards Samar Abbas
From India, New Delhi
Dear Vasu I could not find the bare act for MP per se on the internet but I think you could find purchase a copy of the Act from a bookstore and thus find the details you require. regards Rose S
From India, Mumbai
Dear Getsy Per TN Shops & Estb Act: There are 12 Earned Leaves (which can be accumulated up to Max 24), 12 SL and 12 CL. regards Rose
From India, Mumbai
Gr8 work Rose. Can you pls tell me from where i can get to learn about the same for Meghalaya.
From India, Guwahati
Dear All,
Can any help me with regard to deduction of Labour welfare fund for southern states comprising Tamil Nadu,Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, and Karnataka. In tamil nadu, it is Rs.7/- from employee share and Employer Rs.14. Is it uniform all over the southern states. An early reply will be appreciated .Hope you are that LWF is deducted in December every year and remitted to labour welfare board on or before 31st Jan.
Wishing all HR colleagues Happy and eventful NEW YEAR.

From India, Madras
what should be the basic criteria whenever we fix a salary for new employee. Any standard measures are fixed for fixing the basic salary or we can allot any percentage to a basic salary. Kindly let me know the same about the percentage of basic for a salary. Kindly anyone may reply on my email id i.e. . Early reply shall be highly appreciated
From India, Ahmadabad

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