narinder_k
3

Hi Seniors, I would like to know how many leaves can be allocated towards casual leave, sick leave, and earned leave. (Chennai)
Whether the number of leaves allocated is defined anywhere, or it's at the complete discretion of the management
Regards

From India, Madras
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Aisha Sulthana
Sr. Hr Executive
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Ashoknegidi
169

CL and SL its totally management decesion but find the calculation as below follows 1 Year= 365 365-52 sunday 365-52 313=10list of holidays 303/20=15 EL =15days
From India, Hyderabad
bhaktinarang_123
147

Please refer to the below link
Indian Labour laws « hrmexpress
Leave Policy for different sectors in India « hrmexpress
Let me know if further assistance required

From India, Mumbai
Aisha Sulthana
40

Hi Narinder,
As per my knowledge, The Earned leaves count differs from the organization mode of operation majorly, the No.of work days/Week, i.e., a organization with 6 working days a week and organization with 5 working days a week.
However, In general, According to the shops and Establishments, For every 20 working days, employee should get one earned leave.

From India, Bangalore
Sharmila Das
990

Dear Mr. Narinder_K,

As per the different leave rules, the leaves pertaining to the Privilaged or Earned leave is given as 1 day for every 20 working days. Under the Shops & Establishment Act, the following is observed -

- Casual Leave: 12 days leave may be permissible. This leave can’t be combined with Sick Leave.Casual Leave will be calculated on pro-rata basis if a person joins in the middle of the Calendar year.

- Sick Leave: 12 days of leave may be permissable. Any intervening holiday or weekly offs will be treated as Sick Leave and if the employee joins in the middle of the calendar year it should be calculated on pro-rata basis.

- Earned leave/ Privilaged Leave: Those who are in continuous service (should work not less than 240 days) in the preceeding 12 months are eligible for 15 days P.L. during the subsequent year. If a person joins in the middle of the Calendar year, he is not eligible for Earned/Privilage Leaves until completion of 12 months service.

- Maternity Leave: As per Maternity Benefits Act 1961.

For the leaves pertaining to The Factories Act, 1948; please refer Chapter VIII on [annual leave with wages] for the CL and SL check for the state provisions on Industrail establishment applicable.

From India, Visakhapatnam
muralikandukuri
30

Dear Narinder, Chennai leave rules are quite different from others. There are 12 days casual cum sick leaves, which can be utilized. There is no break up of these leaves.
From India, Chennai
kingofkol
6

you can find these set of rules in the shops and establishment act of your state.
or else if your's an industry then under the factories act for annual leave,
whereas if the union is associated then it is as per mutual discussion

From India, Calcutta
ArulManickam
1

Leave rules are depending upon the nature of place of employment. If it is a factory one has to follow the provisions given in chapter VIII of the Factory Act 1948. The state governments have right to make rules with regard to leave in their states in accordance with the Factory Act.
If the place of employment is like an office or any other commercial establishment one has to follow the Shop and Establishment Act or any other acts enacted by the particular state for such purpose.
As for the state of Tamil Nadu is concerned clear guide line has been given in Chapter VI of Tamil Nadu Shops and Establishment Act 1947 with regard to Holidays with wage, Sick leave and casual leave if the place of employment happens to be any shop or any commercial establishment.
Arul Manickam
HR&Legal consultant, Chennai

From India, Chennai
Raju Aggarwal
8

Sir,
Leave brack-up depend on the company it is the internal management decision that how much leave should be brack-up in criteria of CL.EL& SL in one year. Every company have different leave policies, but as per the Shop & Establishment Act employe should get one El in 20 days of the working.

From India, Gurgaon
rkp_25165
2

dear narinder

you may go through the govt leave rules

there is state leave rules for the industries or establishment

as per central leave rules for industries minimum

7 cl

7sl

3 national holiday ( 26 Jan,15aug,02oct)

5 festival holiday ( two half day festival leaves in lieu of a festival leave optional as per agreement between

workers and employer under intimation to area inspector)

El ( as per factories act one for 20 working days, total accumulation not more than 30 in any account, can avail

three times in a year)

compensatory leave (a leave for work on any off or holiday compulsory to avail in next month)

except e.l. all cl sl are liable to lapse after last calender day

any kind of leave can not be clubbed with other kind of leave

leave matter should follow minimum as per state leave rules

kindly go through the state leave rules for industries.

there is separate leave rules for shop and establishment

and separate for industries .

more over other leaves under various act

like maternity act

esic act

factories act

leave matter is not a company or industries matter it is control by state rules for industries

every industries is liable to give at least minimum standard of leave as per state rules

regards

ramesh kumar panchal

09812250487

From India, New Delhi

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