Ashoknegidi
Training Operations - Csr
Suresh P
Hr Professional
Anita P Panicker
Sr Hr Executive
SAIBHAKTA
Retired From Air India
Choti13
Human Resources
AnushreeSrivastava
Senior Executive
Dinesh_49
Hr & Audit
+11 Others

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Hi Everyone

I am new here. I work in a private company. My company has a system of 1 casual leave and 1 sick leave a month. So this means that it is 24 leavs a year. And If we dont take it then they will be accumulated and we can take later but before financial year ends. And after that those leaves would be lapsed.

My case is that I joined in feb and next financial year started in April. I took no leave in April but in May i worked till 10th and got badly ill so took leave for whole may and again started in June. In May I got salary of 14 days. 10 days I worked and 4 days of accumulated leaves of April and May. For rest days of May I didnt get salary. This means that it was LWP and not Paid leave. After that I took no leave in June, 1 in July, 1 and half in August and zero in september. Then I took 4 leaves in October. But my company is deducting my salary for 2 days saying that my all leaves were exhausted in May. I told them that I didnt get any paid leave but they are not agreeing to it. Can anyone tell where its going wrong.

Thanks

From India, Gurgaon
AnushreeSrivastava you may ask for pay slip from your company or leave records for the year from that you will be able understand it easily. Dinesh
From India, Gurgaon
if they are saying that your leaves are exhausted then, they shouldn’t have cut your salary. i would say that you need to talk to them and clarify on why this is done. Regards, Archana
From India, Hyderabad
Hi
We dont get any salary slip. Salary is transferred in our savings account through NEFT.
And I have also asked them that either that time they would have given leave with pay orr now they should get it. Because I am entitled for 24 leavs that has to be paid. But they are saying this happens in every organization. Now the scene is if I will take any leave before April then it would be a deduction and as I think its really unfair.

From India, Gurgaon
Hi,
Your not allowed to utilize all your leaves in one time.
every 20days you will one day leave. you joined in feb and you met with accident may it seems you hr department covered your attendance with 04days leave
Leaves =no of leaves/12*no months of service.

From India, Hyderabad
Hi Ashok,
That time I didnt get salary and that I can understand that I cant take leaves together. But now when I am taking any leave its leading to a deduction. I am not able to understand why its happening.
If you have any clue then please explain me in detail.
Thanks

From India, Gurgaon
Dear Mr Srivastava
I have gone through your comment and I found that You have joined your organization in Feb and after 3 month you got ill as per my knowledge CL (Casual Leave) and SL(Sick Leave) is paid after 6 month of joining or according to the company norms. Your company has paid you for your 10 working days and for 4 weekly off that\'s come to 14 days.
If there is any problem that you are getting go through your salary slip and see that how many working days they have mentioned.
Go through your company policy or your appointment letter.
I hope it will be helpful to you
Thanks and Regards
Atul Singh

From India, Jaipur
Dear Mr Srivastava
I have gone through your comment and I found that You have joined your organization in Feb and after 3 month you got ill as per my knowledge CL (Casual Leave) and SL(Sick Leave) is paid after 6 month of joining or according to the company norms. Your company has paid you for your 10 working days and for 4 weekly off that\\\'s come to 14 days. If there is any problem that you are getting go through your salary slip and see that how many working days they have mentioned. Go through your company policy or your appointment letter.
I hope it will be helpful to you
Atul Singh

From India, Jaipur
Since you got your salary of May after deducting 16 days of absent period, you are eligible for regular leave @ 2 days per month (as per your organisation's policy you mentioned here) until current FY ends.

(May 16 days + July 1 + Aug 1 1/2 + Oct 4 = 22.5 total + Aprl & May 2 each = 26.5, i.e 26.5 - 24 = 2.5 deducted. Where as since May 16 days were LWP, your total utilisation is 1+ 1.5 + 4 + 4 = 10.5 days in this FY)

Even if your salary is directly credited to bank through NEFT, you must get salary slip every month for your records. Else ask for it. This slip should definitely show total number of days payable, days paid, No. of days absent in the particular month, PF & ESI No., etc. Certain companies send it in soft form, that also will help.

If your concerned authority not giving it, they must be covering their mistake. If that is the situation, can't you take it up with your HoD, other Sr. members as per your organisation's conflict resolution mechanism.

Whatever it may, you strict to getting your salary slip every month. Hope you got an idea about your case to put-forth further.

Regards,

Suresh

From India, Pune
Hi Anushree,
Going by the facts mentioned in your mail, as per your company's leave policy, you are entitled to 20 days of leave for the period June-March. The LOP deduction for the period is probably a matter of misunderstanding. If the manager concerned is adamant, take up the matter with someone higher up in the hierarchy whom you feel will understand the logic behind the issue.
Thanks
Robin

From India, Kochi

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