Leave Calulation - CiteHR
JAWEDALAM
Ir & Contract Labour Management
Shridharb2004@yahoo.com
Avp - Hr, Admin & Finance
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hi if employee is not having any leaves ,thn he is undergoing for loss of pay... so we should calculate only those days or we should consider sundays also.
Dear,
If an employee had worked on sundays and if those are his weekly off days then u may think of adjusting with CCL (Compensatory Casual Leave) for calculation of his pay.
I hope my suggestion will help u in taking decision.
Regards.
Jawed Alam

Dear

Leave Calculation is a very sensitive issue and need a overall look at the organizational functioning before deciding the Policy.

- Does all people work in shifts

- Is it 5 day / 6 day working

- Is Sunday / saturday a general off for every one

Once you decide what is the Normal wokk schedule , then only you can decide what is over the Normal and need compensation to employee.

Many orgnaizations dont like to pay overtime or leave encashment, where they are not clear on tracking attendance, its impossible.

Thus they provide Compensatory leave off's which can be availed within a time frame, thus employee gets time off in compensation for Time spend being away from family.

Only in extrem tight situations where people work on project deadlines, managers are neither able to give weekly off's and leave , the encashment is allowed for weekly offs based on Hourly basis or day basis only on basic salary.

This is not swapping , but a minor way to compensate the loss, it cannot be equivalent to the same as a Days Salary.

Regards,

Shridhar

Dear seniors,
can u help me to solve this issue, In our organisation,if employee is not carring any leave and he is absent for one day ,he is undergoing for LOP +piad hoilday (i.e corresponding sunday) so 2days LOP ... is ths any rule

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