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Dear Sir,
I am working in a Computer Education Limited company as a Trainer. Our leave structure start from January to December. Last year (2009) I avail 4 CL (2 CL in the month of May, 1 CL in the month of October & 1 in November) and it is granted from HR Dept. I have some EL balance and from last year and 7 leave carry forwarded to current year. I am taking one day leave in February 2010 for some “Bank related work” and it is my first leave in the running year, but problem is that, HR Dept said that I can’t apply for CL, it must be EL. After all EL exhaust than I am eligible to take CL, not only that, my all last year CL is convert to EL and to be adjusted with current year EL balance. I don’t know how it is possible, where all leaves are granted and end the cycle in 31st December .Do we have this type of rule in HR?? Should we recall and adjust the leave as said by HR Dept?? What are the rules relating to leaves (CL/EL/SL) and holidays should follow by a private limited company.
Please help me and clarify it, because I am totally confused about it.
Regards
Somtalks
28th February 2010 From India, Haora
Do you have any written policy of HR, if you have the same please upload so that we have help you out!!!
28th February 2010 From India, Pune
Dear Somtalks,
Every company is having different policies regd CL/SL/EL leaves... Read out HR manual of your company, then talk to your HR.. Or as said by Prashant, if you have written policy of HR, then you share it with us, so that v can help you out in ths!!
28th February 2010 From India, Jaipur
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