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R B Yadav
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Dear Sir/Madam,
I am working as a H.R.Manager in a Pvt. Ltd.
I want to know actual policies for Employees.
We are providing 15 CL,PL 7,ML 15.
But its very problematic for me.
Suggest me how can I decrease the leaves of Employees.

From India, Pune
Hello There is a lot of info available on leave policy on this site. Please enter leave details in the "Type search query" tab on the top and you will get all the info that you are seeking. - Gia
From India, Pune
Kindly go through the below link
Leave Policy for different sectors in India « hrmexpress
Indian Labour laws « hrmexpress
Let me know if further assistance required

From India, Mumbai
A) can someone guide where 240 days comes from ?
B). What about maternity leave - any provisions under shops act ? Bombay ?
C) what r timing rules ?
D) is travel time to a site considered as duty hours ?
Thanx and regards
Rajiv a
Director Aditya environmental services

From India, Mumbai
Dear Friend,
I am from Gujarat, and in Real estate and entertainment business, We are giving Following leaves, it may help you for your reference :
6 CL
6 SL
18 PL ( 20 days working 1 PL) after 240 days i.e. 8 months employee eligible for availing PL.
If any senior frm Gujarat add or comment on this pl do it.

From India, Surat
hi Aditya
A) can someone guide where 240 days comes from ? - It is as per the act, check out for wages act or leave on the internet you will get details for it.
B). What about maternity leave - any provisions under shops act ? Bombay ? - There is only maternity act available and it is applicable to all state. It is not state bound rather it is applicable for whole of India
C) what r timing rules ? - it is normally 48 hours a week for workers, as executives we dont keep track of timings and work long hours. Check out for factories act (applicable whole of india) or shop & establishment act pertaining to the state.
D) is travel time to a site considered as duty hours ? yes it is also considered as duty hours only

From India, Madras
I could not understand how a Human Resources Manager can such a question. There are laws prevailing in the country to protect employees interest and welfare, which shall be adhered by companies. While considering the number of days to be given to employees, the management should take into consideration what quality of human resources they require. Employees who take reasonable rest (leave) will contribute more to the organisation. In simple terms Laws of the land and employee welfare measures are the guiding factors.
From India, Cochin
leave entitlement is mentioned in labor law. you need to take guide lines from it. leave encashment will solve your problem, never have an attitude to curtail privilege. always extend your services to look after the welfare of your worker. loss of humanitarian relation is the cause of droop in business sector. money making must keep the employees welfare too. AC school management will not know the hunger and poverty. global economic activity is dealt by born millionaire. since their grand pa did not explain the pain of hunger..
From India, Bangalore
Dear guys,
as per legal law every person or employee factory act 1948 if a year working or paying 240 days he is entitled or applicable of 18 paid leave 7 c.leave or medical benefit of m.leave 12. And ladies employee tho children born leave entitled 180 days matrinity benefit act 1961 entitled or payable 180 days payment if he is last year working 240 days payment on record included sunday leave or holidays .
krishna kant singh
hrd incharge
amrapali exports
sitapura , jaipur.

From India, Nagar
Dear Shri Bavani
Many thanx for ur time n inputs..wud like to know more about timing aspect..if a person goes for site work...and is out of station for more than 3 days we generally give him a day off..
If a person goes out of town for repairing an instrument or for collecting a sample for analysis, his major time is spent in travel, while work there is hardly 2-3 hours..
So how do we deal with travel time in such cases ? Anyone having an instrument manufacturing business - can throw more light on how they tackle such issues

From India, Mumbai

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