Notice Peroid Rules According To Labour Law... - CiteHR
Boss2966
Industrial Relations
Sakthi Sukumar
Sr. Officer Hr & Ir

Cite.Co is a repository of information created by your industry peers and experienced seniors sharing their experience and insights.
Join Us and help by adding your inputs. Contributions From Other Members Follow Below...
respected all
i am a doctor on probation in a private medical college.i have resigned and am in my notice period of one month.i have been told that sundays and public government holidays will be regarded as loss of pay and will be deducted from my salary.nothing regarding this was mentioned in my appointment letter.is there any law that states this?am i entitled for entire salary?during my tenure my ppf has also been deducted..can i apply for withdrawl after a working period of only 5 months..?kindly guide urgently..for clarification......i have availed CLs earlier without loss of pay.Though being doctors we have been provided sunday off and public holidays as well as CLs on rotation and prior application respectively....plz advise

Dear Doctor, You are entitled to paid Sundays & Government Holidays. Also, after a working of 5 months , you are entitled to withdraw PF BEST WISHES!
Dr. Pandit,
Very first U are coming under emergency peoples. Normally that the Drs. r not having the public holidays & others leaves lik normal other peoples bcos i said 1st. the nxt thing is u didn't mention that previous days history wat you had deducted for your leave taken?
Suppose you are having CL / ML / PL/ other leave in your service tenure in this hospital menas you sud not be deducted by anyway /mode.
let be back if any concern/deviation
Sukumar

Dear Doc.
Have you worked there in the medical college as a doctor or as a professor. Teaching Staff/Supporting Staff will be entitled for paid holidays and weekly holidays. But if you practice there as a Doctor, then you are not eligible for any holiday and your profession is listed as emergency services. Please post your querry clearly.

for clarification......i have availed CLs earlier without loss of pay.Though being doctors we have been provided sunday off and public holidays as well as CLs on rotation and prior application respectively....plz advise
This discussion thread is closed. If you want to continue this discussion or have a follow up question, please post it on the network.
Add the url of this thread if you want to cite this discussion.






About Us Advertise Contact Us
Privacy Policy Disclaimer Terms Of Service



All rights reserved @ 2020 Cite.Co™