Prasenjit.mitra
Human Resource-professional

Thread Started by #Nisha Mary Koshy

Kindly advise me on what all HR procedures are to be followed inorder to grand maternity leave for an employee. Like, Is there a Maternity Leave Application Form to be filled by the employee? Should the ID Card & Swipe Card be taken back from them during the leave period? Please reply on what all procedures are to be followed..
25th July 2012 From India, Kochi
Dear Nisha,
Is there a Maternity Leave Application Form to be filled by the employee?
-> Yes, they need to fill a leave application from.
Should the ID Card & Swipe Card be taken back from them during the leave period?
-> Depends on your organisational culture. Generally when a person takes a leave (for any purpose) they need not to submit the id card or swipe card.
A female employee can avail Maternity benefit under two categories:
A) Under ESI
B) As per Maternity Benefit Act if not covered under ESI.
Please refer the two acts.
For any further clarification feel free to write or discuss.
25th July 2012 From India, Mumbai
Prasenjit.Mitra ,
I appreciates your input.
You have given statement like-- Yes, they need to fill a leave application from.
My questions are like-
Which Form?
When it need to fill?
TO whom to submit ( Under ESI and Under Maternity act)\
I want to learn about whole procedure ...
Please share
2nd August 2013 From India, Surat
Female Employee have to fill this form before 1 month of availing Maternity Leave with certificate of registered medical practitioner’s stating expected delivery date.
2nd August 2013 From India, Ahmadabad
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