Dear All,
Can you please advice as to how many gazetted/restricted holidays should be there in an organization apart from national holidays.Also please let me know which days should be considered as gazetted holidays. Moreover I know that it varies from state to state.Our office is located at Delhi,Mumbai,Chennai,Bangalore and Hyderabad.
Please provide me guidance on this aspect ASAP as I urgently need to prepare a draft policy in this regard.
30th August 2011 From India, Delhi

India, Ghaziabad
India, Gurgaon
Hr Executive
India, Delhi
Corporate Hr
India, Delhi
Sr. Executive - Hr
+1 Other

Dear All,
Can u advise me suppose, an employee is not coming 09 & 11 and 10th is National Holiday. So, this situation hoiday will be given or not ??
2nd is an employee absent from 1st aug to 31st aug (whole month) 15th Aug (National Holiday) given or not ??
show me ur opinion.
Sr. Executive - HR
31st August 2011 From India, Delhi
Hi Chander, For the first query it will be consider 3 days leave.And for the second query the leave will be 31 days. Regards, Shradha Gupta
31st August 2011 From India, Mumbai
It depends on Policies too. We have a policy that if Earned Leaves(EL) are to be considered, then National Holidays/ weekly offs won't be considered as a part of earned leaves. The deduction will be only of the working days.
1st September 2011 From India, Gurgaon
As far as my knowledge is concern the gazatted holiday should be 10-12 in a year and it will be extended to all employeess of the concern and ristricted holiday should be 3-4 and only 2-3 days should be granted to all employees.
thanks & regards,
1st September 2011 From India, Ghaziabad

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