We are a medium sized Holiday resort company based out of Bangalore South India.
We are in the process of finalizing our leave policy. As it stands, I have mentioned below a summary of the same.
21 PLs in a year
7 CLs in a year
7 SLs in a year
We allow our employees to carry forward 10 PLs each year. This is encashable either on resignation or when and employee accumulates over 45 days.
SL can be carried forward for a maximum of 14 days and is not encashable.
CL cannot be carried forward and cannot be encashed.
We had decided that holidays falling in between leave periods. for eg if leave is taken from Friday to Tuesday, Sunday will also be counted as leave and will be deducted from the employee leave balance.
Some employees have taken exception to this and argued that Sunday is a deserved holiday and should not be counted while calculating leave.
Could you please give me your inputs on this and what the labour laws say about calculating leave.

21st January 2010 From India, New Delhi

Human Resource
Suresh Deshpande
Asst Mgr - Hr
+1 Other

Again the deductions what you have mentioned is correct... Advice your employees that Prefix & Suffix of a holiday, public holiday, etc would be considered as along with the holiday also...
21st January 2010 From India, Bangalore
If can just mail in which Industry Specific you are working... So that I can help you out in a better way...
21st January 2010 From India, Bangalore
Dear Thomas,
Leave Policy is company specific, what you have done is correct as per your company policy.
There is no act that prefix or suffis holidays are to be included or exleded.
But in some companies the holidays coming in the leave period are not considered.
Its up to you how you frame the policy
Best regards,
24th January 2010 From India, New Delhi
Please login to participate in this discussion or start your own. Create Account

About Us - Advertise - Contact Us - RSS   On Google+  
Privacy Policy | Disclaimer | Terms Of Service
Facebook Page | Follow Us On Twitter | Linkedin Network

All rights reserved @ 2017 Cite.Community™