Chitra.sharma
Manager - Hr
Sharmaneesu
Employee
Earlystar
Hr Generalist
Dhannyawilson
Soft Skill And Communication Trainer
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Dear all,
do organisations provide marriage leaves to their employees as a part of policy like we have maternity and paternity leaves in various organisations. I was just thinking that marriage is also a precious time in someone's life. employee take leaves on marriages, what if organisation can provide marriage leaves also.
pls share your knowledge and practices on the same if you have..
regards,

From India, New Delhi
Hi!
We do provide leaves for marriage that is of 20 days not more than that. But those leaves are deducted from their PL we have not termed it as marriage leave.
And it is a part of our policy that a person can avail 20 days of leave for marriage.
Chitra

From India, Mumbai
Hi Taking cognizance of the fact that all leave is a real cost to the company, we prefer employees to take annual leave when getting married. Dave
From South Africa, Johannesburg
Hi, Its based on company policy you can allow people to take leave for marriage 15 or 20days & adjust with their PL,SL,CL, ML which ever is applicable.
From India, Madras
hi, In our company employee can take 5 days of marriage leave..this is in addition to CL and SL They are also given a gift cheque Dhannya
From India, Alappuzha
Hello All
I would be getting married in 4 months time(November 2013). I currently work in Pune and my hometown is Rajasthan, I joined a new company just last month and had taken few days off for my exams which I had conveyed before joining. Now, the problem is that I would require few days off again for pre-wedding preparation for which I need to travel to my hometown. Since I had already taken leaves, I am feeling hesitant to ask for them again. How do I convince my manager? Kindly suggest.

From India, Pune
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