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Hi , i want to make clarify that can management make join new employee in place of old employee who is going to be on notice period,
Also want to know if some one is on Sick leave , how can management/HR can report it as a LWP(Leave without pay ) even if leaves are balanced yet.
Pl help.
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Dear malikpmailk
1. Yes, management can make new employee comes to work even if the old employee is still around, serving his/her notice period. This practice however has both pros and cons. Advantages can include a proper handover and some form of training from old to new employees. Disadvantage as old employee (which may be a disguntled employee) may "poison" new employee. Please weigh the situation first before deciding course of action.
2. All sick leave must be supported by official medical leave certificate by appointed company doctors, if an employee has complied with sick leave policy and procedures (i.e. get medical chit from HR to visit doctor, informed HR/own department/own superior within stipulated timeline about sick leave and submit official medical leave certificate to HR upon returning back to work), Management/HR CANNOT report it as leave without pay, even when there is still balance in his/her annual leave entitlement.
Regards
Autumn Jane
Thanks Autumn jane ,
but what to do as one of my friend was on sick leave and also given drs certificate for the sickness caused , but management/HR has put him on LWP and make his salary slip zero earning in that particular month his leave period was around 21 days . he has also put this question to HR also but no response from them.

Dear malikpmailk
Is your friend doing a 100% commission-based sales job (i.e. no basic salary but only commission which is given only when a sales is completed?) This is the only situation that the salary slip can be a zero.
He should continue to seek explanation from HR or his/her own boss even when there is no response.
Regards
Autumn Jane
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