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Thread Started by #jeesus143@gmail.com

Dear Seniors,
I am working with an IT comapny.
I would like to know about peternity leave policy to implement in our company.
1.How many leaves they can avail?
2.Is this policy mandatory in every company?
Request you to please provide the details
Regards
Indira
24th February 2010 From India, Hyderabad
Dear Jeesus,
Paternity leave as of now is not mandatory.
But many companies give it .
Usually it varies from three days to ten days.
It is restricted to two children in most of the cases.
Also rearely some companies consider giving paternity leave in case of miscarriage of wife. This will also vary from two days to seven days.
Some companies give a gift cheque of Rs.5000/- per child for two children along with paternity leave as well.
Kind regards
Dayanand L Guddin
24th February 2010 From Singapore, Singapore
Dear Indira,
It is not mandatory for the company to give a paternity leave for their employees. However companies at times would give this which would be a minimum of 2 days to a maximum of 7 days. In some companies they may also give some Gift like child insurance, Child care sets, etc depends on the employees status.
24th February 2010 From India, Bangalore
Dear Indira, As I have already told you that it is not onto the law for the company to give a paternity leave to their employees, it would surely be applicable to companies in AP..
24th February 2010 From India, Bangalore
Dear Indira, Paternety leave policy has recently been intoroduced in my company. Here’s an extract of our HR communication for your reference only. Hope you find this useful Regards Dinesh
26th February 2010 From India, Bangalore

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Dear Indira,
It is not mandatory for the company to give a paternity leave for their employees. However employees can avail thier CL or SL leave. In some companies they may also give some Gift depends on the employees status.
26th February 2010 From India, Jalandhar
Dear Indira
Indeed peternity leave policy for men is a must because the following points appended below help them feel happy at all times.
a) Husband who is really near to the wife is more happy to express what she wants.
b) A week's holiday has to be given which is a must.
c) Gifts like a sum of Rs 5000/- is a must where the husband feels a sense of belonging to the company he is working.
d) This leave is excluded from his CL or SL or a long vacation planned earlier.
regards
Manish
26th February 2010 From India, Hyderabad
Paternity Leave has become applicable to Government Employees. For details please refer earlier thread on same subject on citehr.
Paternity Leave is not mandetory for private sector.
Thannks & Regards
26th February 2010 From India, Pune
pl guide meon this,
supppose a employee weekly off is on friday ,he goes on leave from saturday & resumes duty on next saturday,then will his friday be taken as weekly off as he worked on saturday,,,,,
pl. advise
26th March 2011
hi every one
i just need to know how many SL an employee is entitled (minimum) and how many EL(minimum)and other thing is their any rule or legality that we have to carry forward the unused SL's if so than to maximum how many days we can carry forward and when they lapse, pls keep in view the AP laws , (shops and Establishment Act)
2nd July 2011 From India, Hyderabad
IT’S FINE WAY TO DEVELOP OURSELVES AND OUR COMPANY WITH GOOD GROW IN MANNER-ABLE IMPLEMENTS.
17th August 2011 From India, Hyderabad
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