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nani-niceguya. An employee will be eligible for the Earned Leave only if the employee had worked for atleast 240 days in the calendar year or in the case of a new employee who has joined after 1st January of the said calendar year, if he has worked for atleast 2/3rd of the remaining calendar year.
b. While availing EL intervening weekly off and paid holidays are excluded
a.Every female employees shall be entitled to Maternity leave for a period not exceeding 12weeks (6 weeks before delivery and 6 weeks after delivery) after she has worked for a period of not less than 80 days in the 12 months immediately preceding the date of her expected delivery.
b.All the holidays occurring during the leave shall be counted for the purpose of computation of 12 weeks.
c.Female employees covered under the provisions of the ESI Act will be eligible for maternity benefits / leave as under the provisions of the ESI Act.
From India, Bangalore
I am working in one of Ahmedabad based IT company.
We do have 30 Employees in our company.
We are having 1st and 3rd Saturday off.
And we provide two paid leave in a month which will get reimbursed in March End if it is in Balance of Employee's Account.
We reimbursed Leave Based on CTC.
There is no any policy yet finalized for PL,SL,CL.
We would like change our office working days and we want to provide all Saturday, Sunday off.
In that case i would like to have some suggestion that how we designed a leave structure and policy if we provide every Saturday, Sunday holiday and accordingly we give them a new leave structure which can be beneficial for Employee and Employer also.
From India, Ahmadabad