dear all good morning.
an employee applies for El on 13,14 and 16th of a august on 15th it is independence day so it is central govt declared holiday. on 15th he will be given leave(LWP)or holiday orEL.
if an employees applies for EL on 15th 18th and 19th of october(15th is saturday,16ht sunday(w/o),17thmonday vishkarmapujaa holiday declared be my company). how many EL should be given to him wheter W/o in between Els counted as W/o or,LWP or EL.
What bout 17th company declared holiday... is it LWP or EL or Holiday.
please clarify this.

From India, Ranchi
When an employee is on continous leave, and the leave is splitted in such a way that it prefix and suffix an national holiday , the national holiday willbe counted as part of leave as far as PL / EL is concerned

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From India, Coimbatore
Dear Sowjanya,
There is a little difference between Casual and Earned Leave, in your case if the employee would have taken casual leave on 14 and 16th august, you wouldn't have counted the 15th as CL. But in the case of EL, the 15th would be considered as an Earned Leave awailed.
Regarding the case of October month from 15th till 19th October, this employee will be considered on earned leaves. To save him, you may ask this employee to come in the 2nd half of the saturday (15th October), else he/she'll be loosing 5 ELs from his account.
warm regards,
Umesh Chaudhary

From India, Delhi
Normally the companies frame leave rule which vary from company to company and there is no legal norms. I don't know whether you have a set norms for your organization or not and in case no you can go in line with what Umesh is written or what your HR head is deciding.
K. Balakrishnan

From India, Ahmadabad

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