Dear all
I am confuse in term long absenteeism & absconding.
what action should be initiated for long absenteeim(Unauthorised leave more than two month) under standing order,other than sec 24(F).
Thanks & Regards
Sacheein

From India, Mumbai
For long absenteeism issue him warning letter and ask for explanation if he/she does not respond issue them show cause notice twice and can terminate them.... Regards, Ramkishore
From India, Bangalore
Mahr
470

Hi Sacheein,

Long leaves are of few types in India. Some companies allow their employees to go for a paid vacation. This would normally be of about 14 days. Then is the Maternity leave and the next one would be Sabbatical leave. Sabbatical leave refers to a time period in which a person does not report to his regular job but who remains employed with that company.

Sabbatical leave was first given for employees who are taking up scientific or academic work. Now some companies are allowing their employees to take Sabbatical leave for their personal work/days. However there are some terms defined for an employee who is going on a Sabbatical break.

The term "Absconding" means an employee just vanishes from his employer without informing anyone in regards to his/her absence from work. Normally many employers consider this as NCNS (No Call No Show). If an employee is on a NCNS for more than 3 to 5 days, then you might issue a "Show Cause Notice" stating that he/she has to revert back with proper reason for his/her act of doing so. If you find that the reason stated is not convincing OR if the employee doesn't revert back, you may terminate the employee for being on NCNS.

From India, Bangalore

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