Ankdev
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Suvarna Nikam
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Good morning to all my HR friends
As told earlier i have just started as an HR executive in a mid-size broking firm would just like to know if an employee is crossing the limit of the given leaves then is it we start deducting from his salary.
Answer awaited at the earliest
Regards
Ankit

From India, Pune
Hi,
Excess leaves taken by an employee; i.e. beyond the allotted leaves, always gets adjusted with the salary.
But mind you if this behavior continues then warning letter must be issued to have a check on such behavior.
Regards,
Dipten

From India, Madras
Hi,
The leave policy shall address that, a certain no of days can be give n as advance leave, in case if the employee does not have enough leave balance to his/her credit.
Also it can be restricted to 3 / 5 days and shall be given only if duly approved by the Unit Head.
Also the Loss of Pay leave shall be given only in case the earned leave balance is not sufficient. LOP can be advised on a monthly basis at the time of payroll and shall be tracked. Generally LOP shall include weekly offs and holidays if any.
Regards,
Suvarna

From India, Bangalore
Thanks a lot Dipten and Suvarna for your valuable inputs you have given and also i would like to know that i have given a total of 16days leaves which is divided as 10CL and 6SL inspite of the law under shop establishment Act of 21 compulsory holidays in a year of 240 days of work.
Is these appropriate?
Thanks
Regards
Ankit

From India, Pune
No Ankit, You need to give 21 days leave as per the Shop & establishments act if the same is applicable to your company.
From India, Bangalore
But is it compulsory that all private firms follow the same instructions given under the shop and establishment Act or private firms have the authority of devloping their own leave structure.
From India, Pune
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