rawat.aparna
22

Hi all, I am working in a pvt. ltd. company and I have joined in January 2012. An employee is entitled to take 22 leaves in a year. Can anyone please lemme know that how can an employee avail of these leaves as to date I have taken 13.5 leaves and still facing leave deductions?
Please help.

From India, Delhi
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Bharghavi.D
Hr Assistant
Arun Kumar Maitra
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Esi & Pf Consultant
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Chingari
Hr & Admin Executive
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saiconsult
1897

Though it depends up on the leave policy of the company, normally the leave does not accrue to an employee in the first year of service unless he completes one year of service or 240 days of service as the case may be. probably this must be the reason your salary is being deducted for the days of your absence in the first year of your servcie.Any how, check your leave policy.
B.Saikumar
HR & Labour Law advsior
Mumbai

From India, Mumbai
rawat.aparna
22

@saiconsult- Thanks a lot for this information. It will surely help me out.
@amit- I have thought of approaching my HR team today. I would note down the leave policy from them. I dint know that the policy is different for new joiners.
Your reply is appreciated.
Regards
Aparna

From India, Delhi
sudhirnarisetty
1

Hello There, The leave policy differs from one organization to another. I suggest you to get in touuch with your 'HR' so that you will understand the procedure. Regards, Sudhir.N HR Professional
From India, Hyderabad
neha.vishnoi2112
2

It depends on whether company follows calender year or financial year for leave calculation.
Also, as your company provides you 22 leaves in a year, you are entitled for 1.8 leaves per month ( calculated on pro-rated basis).
Also, as suggested by other colleagues, check with the probation clause as well

From India, New Delhi
rawat.aparna
22

@neha- Thanks a lot. My company follows financial year. Yes that's true we have 1.8 leaves a month. However during probation period a new employee gets one leave a month and afterwards 1.8 a month. Somehow I have availed all hence I am facing deductions.
Thanks for your reply.
Aparna

From India, Delhi
varaprasadmba
1

As per act your entitled to get one earned leave for every 20 working day(Factories Act 1948).I agree with above mails , you have to know the company probation period policy, confirmed employee policy then you come to know about leave stracture.
From India, Vijayawada
chingari
2

Hi, The leave is calculated on pro ratio basis wherein you can avail 7 days once in four months. Hope this clarifies. Regards, chingari
From India, Bangalore
Arun Kumar Maitra
58

It depends upon your terms of appointment to be read with the Leave Policy of the Company.You have not specified the type of leave applied for by you.If you are a trainee or probationer , you may not get EL till confirmation.The Policy varies from organisation to organisation.
From India, Delhi
Bharghavi.D
124

Dear All,

First of all note that HR department is working in the company for the sake of employees. HR Department is working to provide required services to the employees. Remove the impressions from your minds that HR is here to make unnecessary deductions and always to change the salary structures.

The fact is that, this is the only job that all employees can visualise as to what HR is doing in an organisation whereas all other things done to the company goes unnoticed.

At the end of the day or month, HR is not only to provide you salaries but a lot many other things.

Please understand that HR department employees are also human beings and human beings are prone to do mistakes. Here & there a few mistakes might occur but please understand that they would not purposefully put employees into trouble.

Always remember that Official life is different & Personal life is different. Donot mix up both & blame HR that they have done it purposefully.

This is not only related your case but the comment made is in general. Usually what employees feel about HR Department.

Regards,

Bharghavi

From India, Bangalore

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