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Can an employee take his remaining leaves while serving notice period.Or can an employee adjust his/her leaves during the notice period??
From India, New Delhi
Other than Sick Leave, no leave can be taken during the Notice Period. You will be able to get more details on this subject at Dynamics of Human Resource Management: Employee Separation – Notice Period
From India, Mumbai
An employee ican not avial leave normally during notice period as it defeats the very purpose of notice period. B.Saikumar
From India, Mumbai
Would like to know the leave eligibility of Senior Lecturer, Reader working with Medical /Dental College and hospital in Tamil Nadu
From Australia
Why notice perriod clause is inserted? It is for the purpose of smooth transition and find out the alternatives or delegating the responsibility to others during the notice period. If the N.P. is adjusted with accumulated leaves, the very purpose of N.Period clause is undermined.

From India, Lucknow
its is the discretion of company whether to allow remaining leaves to be adjusted against notice period but usually they dont allow.
From India, Bangalore
Ms Sweta,
Notice period is for serving the company during the period, however it is the discretion of the company, to allow adjustment of leave, normally it is not allowed. Notice period is meant for looking for a suitable substitute in the place of employee leaving the company. It is also the duty of the leaving employee to handover the complete charge of his duties to his successor and get him acclimatised to the working of the company. If the leaving employee chooses to pay for the notice period he cannot be stopped.
Joga Rao

From India, Eluru
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