Dear All
If any factory holiday is falling on Sunday then wheather it is treated as factory holiday. secondly suppose 15 Aug or any festival is falling on sunday then whether we can include any other festival which is falling on any working day in lieu of 15 Aug or any festival.
Regards
Menka

From India, Vijayawada
Dear Menka,
In any factory, festival & national holidays would be observed under AP National & Festival Holidays Act, in AP. Generally any Festival Holiday falls on Sunday we will have the option to chose Holiday for some other festival whereas any national holiday such as Jan 26, Aug 15, Oct 2nd etc., falls on Sunday, employees will loose such Holidays and there is no possibility to get another holiday in place of national holiday falls on Sunday. However, there is no bar that in case your management considers to grant holiday in lieu of such day no one will say NO to it but there is no need to give any subsituted holiday. I hope it is clear to you.
Regards,
Harindra gk

From India, Hyderabad
Hi Menka,
I agree with Harindra. Basically its your company policy that how many holidays that youwant to give. But As per National & Festival holidaysact,Company has to declare the mandatory holidays as holiday.
Ex Republic Day
May Day
Independence Day
Gandhi Jayanthi
Rajyotsava in Karnataka and Andhrapradesh
Thiruvalluvar dayinTamilnadu
Even if this day falls as sunday you have to show in your holiday list and the holiday list needs to be displayed inyour notice board ordesignated place where you post all your notices.
Regards
Anil G.C

From India, Bangalore
Dear Fn,
Its totally depends on your company policy.If u r a policy maker then u can change as per employee and company benifit.
If you are a employee u can put your sugesstion to the management,siting company and employee benifits.
regards
rakesh

From India, Mumbai
Dear Menka
Basically its your company policy that how many holidays that youwant to give.If any factory holiday is falling on Sunday you can treated as factory holiday, for more information contact my seniour Mr Gaur 09915030534
with Best Regards
RAJVIR SINGH

From India, Chandigarh
Additionally ,you can provide any holidays,there is no need to give any alternative holidays.Its upto your company policy.
Please find attached list of holidays issued by Central Govt-Delhi office,i hope you will get some help with this.
Best Regards
Sajid

From India, Delhi

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National Holidays needs to be observed on the days it falls as per the National and Festival Holidays Act in all calendar years. 2010 seems to a holiday calendar that has many Sundays as holidays. If managments can adopt a benevolent attitude some of these benefits can be extended to the employees in your orgnaisation.

Hiiiiiiiiii All,
This is Namita Rai. Working with an IT company in Pune.I have one query in leave policy structure. We are giving 18 paid holidays(incl- SL,CL),14 listed holidays(national holidays),2 marriage leaves,1 birthday,1 anniversary, & 1 special festival leaves for the year. Now i want to know, if an employee opts for 1 festive leave, do that leave i have to adjust with any listed holiday leave or should that be an add on leave.
Is there any kind of policy followed for such kind of festival leave. Would appreciate if i get any guidelines for such kind of spacial leaves allotted.
Regards
Namita Rai
Pune

From India, Pune
Is there any policy stating that apart from the national holiday only 8 or more or less other festivals to b given as holiday for the entire year or there can be only 8 holidays for the entire year and what if any festival comes on Sunday is that possible to adjust on any other working day.
in any private company total who many holidays are considered in a year including national holidays.

From India, Mumbai

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