Sir, Can we avail the leaves with combination of CL and SL. For example one employee went to his home town for two days on cl after he was sick there and taken two days sl. As per this example can we avail the leave with combined of cl and sl.
From India, Guntur
Dear Jitendra,
This all depends upon the Act under under which you are entitled to have CL & SL leave. First see under which of the Act you are entitled to avail these leaves & then go through Cl & SL leave provision to examine whether you are entitled to avail both the leaves at a time or not. For instance in Haryana the workmen who are entitled to avail CL under the Punjab Industrial Establishment ( N&F Holidays and C & S Leaves) Act, 1965 as applicable to state of Haryana are not allowed by the Rules [Rule 5(3)] of this Act to combine these leaves with any kind of leave except with express permission of of the employer. If none of the Act is applicable then we are to adhere to the company rules on grant of these leaves.
Regards,
R.N.Khola




From India, Delhi
Anonymous
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Myself megha from kotdwara. I just want to know about leave policy...is it possible; according to factory act that we can club cl with sl if yes than please explain me in which condition it is possible.till now i am thinking that combination of both cl and sl is not possible.please explain me, briefly
From India, Kotdwara
Nothing much to say as it is subject to the company's leave policy that are different from company to company and industry to industry so better if you check for your leave policy to see that it is allowed there or not.
From India, Lucknow
could anyone tell me about the half yearly and annually return.....
From India, Kotdwara
Sir, In case of CL and SL, Is it compulsory to prevent atleast one CL and SL for the last ending month(Dec).
From India, Kotdwara

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