Pragnaa HR Compliance Services
Pragnaa Shree Venture India Pvt. Ltd
Deputy Commissioner Of Labour..a.p.
General Manager, Corporate Hr
Krishan Kapoor
General Manager Hr
[email protected]
Hospitality Industry
Naveen .r
Hr Executive
Assistant Manager Hr

Dear seniors,
i knew the rule for providing NH is an employee should work continuously before and after the NH. i heard this is an old rule but i dont know the current rule for NH. now am in tamil nadu zone C. Please describe me the correct rule for this...
Thank you,
Naveen .R

From India, Tiruppur
For National holidays employees need not to work on previous or next day of holiday. They must be on role with some present days. If that employee continuously absent without any information then he is not eligible.
From India, Madras
Hi Naveen,
Would like to quote the clause stated about the availing of paid Holiday for an employee...
"Provided that no such employee shall be entitled to be paid any wages for any of the holidays allowed under section 3 other than [26th January, the 1st May, the 15th August and the 2nd October] unless he has been in the service under the employer for a total period of 30 days, within a continuous period of ninety days immediately preceding such holiday"
Note: Section 3 is talking about the Grant of National and Festival Holidays.

From India, Chennai
Dear Pragna, Its good for your responce but the other question is, How to calculate the salary/Wages for NH, it is one day extra or two days extra if employee works on NH
From India, Mumbai
Hi Syed,
Would like to quote the section for the same...
Where an employee works on any holiday allowed under section 3 (i.e on N & F holidays allowed), he shall, at his option, be entitled to ----
(i) twice the wages; or
(ii) wages for such day and to avail himself of a substituted holiday with wages [on one of the three days immediately before or after the day on which he so works]
Hope, it will be cleared now...

From India, Chennai
Dear Seniors
My company is in retailing business, they have showrooms at several locations, the management wants to keep the show-rooms some of them also located in 'malls'. I have been asked to take permissions and approvals and make procedure for working on National Holidays, kindly advise how to go ahead about same.
Thank you,
Krishan Kapoor

From India, New Delhi
Dear Krishan Kapoor,
If you want to keep open your retail shops on National Holidays and engage your employees, you can do that. But there is a statutory procedure & has to be followed, strictly, as far as Tamil Nadu concerned...
There is a form called "Form V-A" - employees working list on National Holidays has to be sent to the respective authorities, prior to the holiday and double the wages or leave with wages on some other day for working employees have to be given.
We will completely support you on this process to comply, if you are looking for Tamil Nadu...
You can write to us directly in the given E-mail ID...

From India, Chennai
Thank you for encouraging response, presently we are based at Delhi and looking for guidance applicable in Delhi, in case we reach TN will definitely approach you. Best regards
From India, New Delhi
Dear friends,
Do you know this?
As per TN Factories act 1948
Form 9 removed
Form 25 include a column of form 9
Form 27 newly arranged
Form 38 has been removed
form 27A removed
Form 26 removed
Form 26A removed
Form 18 & 18A has been removed
Form 18 (combined both 18&18A) new amendment.
Form 14 omitted
Form 12 is bitter changed
New amendment from 05-09-2012
Naveen .R

From India, Tiruppur
National and Festival Holidays are governed by independent State Act and provisons are made in the enactment on, number of holidays as N &F holidays, rate of payment ,availment and other procedures. Please refer respective state Act on this.
Mritunajy Nath Sahu

From India, Vadodara

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