Jan.2012 to Dec.2012 his working days 192 - how many CL & EL can be given to the employee? - CiteHR
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R/Sir, How Many CL & EL in one Year. One Employee Joining before three years.
But Jan.2012 to Dec.2012 his working days 192 - how many CL & EL can be given to the employee.
2. One employee joining 01.08.12 How many CL & EL give to Dec.2012 his working days 80.
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There is no constant rule for CL, SL and Earn leave applicability. Different companies are following different rules. However, please refer the model standing orders of your copany, which will help you to get further information.
1. Normally companies are providing 6 CL, 6 SL per calender year (if any joins inbetween, it will be calculated on pro-rata basis).
2. For workmen category, for first 180 days, 1 PL per 16 days working (i.e. 15 PL for first 180 days) and further 1 PL per 10 working days.
All leave calculations will be based on calender year.
please read as for first 240 days, 1 PL per 16 days (not 180 days) - 15 PL for 240 days
Dear sir,
Greetings for the day,
CL,EL/PL, SL is well defined under the factory act, shop & establishment act & also in negotiable instrument act.There is no different rules for different companies. Companies can only provide the same as per norms defined
1) CL- not less than 7 and can be calculated on prorata basis, can't be carry forward for next calander year.
2) SL-not less than 7 and can be calculated on prorata basis, can't be carry forward for next calander year.
3)EL/PL- should be 15 in a year, 1 for every 20 working days, can only be availed after continues working of 240days, shall also be carry forward to next calander year.
Thanks & Regards,
From,
Sumit Kumar Saxena
DEAR SANJAYRTK ,
This leave policy depends on the company policy.Generally company will give 12 CL and 8 ML.and EL (Earned leave) based on the total working days.Some company's will give you PL also, that is also depends on the no of working days.
Regards
Raju
Cl Sl are 1/2 for a month and EL / PL are 1.75 per month calculate and allow him, CL and SL are not carry fwd, but depand on management SL can be fwd upto Feb next year only 3
If you are covered under Factories Act then CL should be a minimum of 7 days a year and Earned Leave (EL) is calculated at 1 day for every 20 days actually worked. In a year after accounting for weekly offs and festival holidays the actual number of work days would be about 300. If the concerned person has attended all the 300 days, then he would be eligible for an EL of 15 days which can be availed the subsequent year.
Mr Sanjay has not mentioned the nature and type of his firm.If its a commercial one follow the S&CE Act of the state.If it is a factory, pl note that it does not prescribe CL.The negotiable instrument Act is not for allowing casual leaveto any establishment.
Varghese Mathew
HR&LABOUR LAW Adviser
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hai Sanjay Siwach
How Many CL & EL in one Year.
Answer: CL:7 EL: For 20 days 1 day as EL (minimum working days is 240 in a year has eligible for EL)
One Employee Joining before three years.
but Jan.2012 to Dec.2012 his working days 192/- how many CL & EL give the employee.
Answer:He is only eligible for CL not for EL because he is not having Eligibility days
2. One employee joining 01.08.12 How many CL & EL give to Dec.2012 his working days 80.
Answer: He is eligible for CL only that also decided by your company But not EL For that
Dear Mr. Guru_Home I think 1 PL per 20 workong days considering 300 working days in a year and not 240 days... Please check PB
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