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Dear All, Please help me regarding leave i.e CL AND SL . If an employee join us on 18/03/2013. Can he is eligible for CL AND SL in the month of MARCH 2013 OR When he is eligible for CL AND SL.
Dear Satish
The CL & SL is depending upon your HR policy
in the above said case CL can be given only after one month completion of the period and EL can be given only after completion of the probition period ,
For this case neither CL nor EL is eligible need more clarification pl touch with me

dear sathish, it is depends on organization policy. for example we implemented in our organization as totally 23days leave includes CL, ML & EL.
hi Please Find attach herewith the leave policy for your information Thanks & Regards Kanchan Verma

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Hi Satish
The leave issue is as per individual company policy and it varies from company to comapny. As per the factory laws you have to give one leave for every 20 days worked by an employee. However almost all the companies give certain days CL, SL and PL as part of their employee welfare and derive certain policies for availing these leaves. Certain companies do not allow employee to take any leave during their probation period and certain companies like ours allow CL & SL on proportionate basis to any employee from day one of their joining. However, PL is given only after completion of Probation. As such, I suggest your giving CL or SL on proportionate basis to employees who joins from day one. This is one of the best HR practices.

Leave policy depend upon individual company. If there is any settlement arrived between the Mant, and NTU then as per that you have grant leave to the employee. SL & CL leave granted every year depending upon calender year or financial year of the company. If any employee joins the company in between the year he is entitle for the same on prorotat basis. CL cannot be carried forward. This will authomatically laspe at the year end. Howerver, in some company unavailed SL can be carried forward howerver, not entitle for any encashment at the time of superannuation.
bv sudhakar

Dear Sathish.

Please find the below.

Personal Days – Casual Leaves / Restricted Holidays

Employees are eligible for 4 Paid Personal days per calendar year. New employees will accrue 1 personal day for every 3 months worked in the hired calendar year.

Personal days may be used at the employee’s discretion for religious holidays and personal matters. Personal days not used by the end of the year will be paid out of the employee in the final paycheck for that year.

Sick Days

Sick days are provided for the illness of the employee, their spouse or children. Employees should use their personal days or vacation day’s non illness related time off. All full time employees will receive sick days according to the following schedule.

Employees will eligible for paid sick days after 6 months of employment. After 6 months of employment employees will be eligible for one sick days for every two months worked for date of hire, with a maximum of 6 days in their first year of employment.

Every succeeding calendar year, employees will be eligible for 6 sick days.

Sick days may accumulate and carried over from year to year to a maximum 12 days. All other unused sick days by the end of the year is forfeited.


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