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I m working in a trading company where there was no HR until now .
Regarding leaves , no one would calcculate the no.of leaves taken by emoployees throughout the year and salary was deducted for the leave taken.
At the end of the financial year , 15 days salary is given as leave salary.
Now this year , management has given 15 days leave salary to all those who have completed 1 year or worked for the previuos 12 months with them.
My question is , what about those who have joined midyear ?
they have not received anything.
Should it be pro rata or 15 days salary to them too ?

I m working in a trading company where there was no HR until now .
Regarding leaves , no one would calcculate the no.of leaves taken by emoployees throughout the year and salary was deducted for the leave taken.
At the end of the financial year , 15 days salary is given as leave salary.
Now this year , management has given 15 days leave salary to all those who have completed 1 year or worked for the previuos 12 months with them.
My question is , what about those who have joined midyear ?
they have not received anything.
Should it be pro rata or 15 days salary to them too ?

Hi, Its better you ask this question to the management but make sure ask in a very polite way, this will save your time and efforts.
Yes..but if management says we cant pay to those who have not completed 1 year , then from HR point of view , how do I explain ?
Kindly go through with few points.
1. Go through you entire company and leave policy.
2. What is the probation period need to serve, why? Because some of the companies give probation for 6 months and in this 6 months of probation recourse are not liable to get their leave or leave amount.
You will get exact picture once you go through with leave policy and company policy...
if every thing is ok then you can speak to your management by keep company policy act.
Hope for the best but keep patience
Take care

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