Archnahr
Consultant, Writer And Trainer
Sourabh77
Sr Hr Professional
+10 Others

if u hav givn 1 month notice from (e.g. 10 march to 10 april) to resigned emp and if he takes 3-4 leaves in that month so wht u wil do....
1. u will adjust his leave from pl,sl,cl
2. u will deduct his salary.....
3. u will extend his notice period by 3-4 days.....
Reply on this it will be useful for me and also to who are in learning stage.
Regards,
Prasad

From India, Mumbai
Hi Prasad,
If you have leave balance in the company then the leaves will be adjusted to pl or cl.
If there is no leave balance for the employee who have resigned then the deduction is salary id justified...
Extension of notice period may or many not happen depends upon company to company, and the people dealing with this. Generally I have not seen extension of notice period unless there is something due in terms of proper handover from the leaving employee.
I hope this resolves your queries...
Regards,
Archna

From India, Delhi
i don’t think the extension of notice period make sense, i agree with archna. Try salary deduction it’ll never affect him mostly.
From India, Madras
Dear Prasad,
As Archana has given you all the right pointers, I would like to suggest first pease also check the organisation's policy, in some firms they have a policy that no leaves can be taken when employee is serving notice period and similarly no leaves will be encashed and/or adjusted against any notice period short fall.
warm regards
Sourabh

From India, Delhi
Dear Prasad,
This defers from company to company, please refer your HR Manual once, what have you stated there? Generally in most of the MNCs no of days leave taken will be extended in their relieving date, if they have a mutual understanding between their reporting manager and HR then they wont take it serious otherwise they have to extend their NP.But this differs to each and every organization. Even you can follow as Archana said.
Regards
Avanthi G
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From India, Hyderabad
ya, it's totally depend on company's policy. like few MNC's adjust their shortfall of notice period against leaves.E.g. if the notice period is for 03 months but the superiror is ready to relieve him after 02 months. in that case his shortfall will be adjusted against his available leave balance.
Regards,
Dinesh ..

From India, Wardha
Hi Prasad, If the emp is having leaves, adjust it. If he do not have leaves deduct the salary for those days during settlement. Regards Raghav
From India, Bangalore
According to me 1 month notice is One Calendar Month not from date to date ie 30 days.
in responsible organhisations leave take3n may be adjusted against leave to your credit. If none exists salary may be deducted.
Tka
Ramaswamy PS

From India, Madras
I also agree with Archana....
Normally what happen if any employee resigned, he/she is not willing to work with full enthusiam and just pretends. Therefore its better to adjust his balance leave if take any leave and release him on last day of notice period without extending the notice period.
Regards,
Ritu

From India, Allahabad
I agree with Archna, leave if available in one's balance may be adjusted or otherwise deduction to be made. As far as extension of notice period is concerned, I think it is not justified but it could be treated in worst situation. Being HR practitioner or advisor we should avoid the practice to exercise the extension in period and separation should be amicably.
Sincerely,
Tanveer Ahmad Malik

From Pakistan, Lahore

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