Recruitment/talent Acquisition, Career Counselling
Ashutosh Thakre
Hr Professional
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If an employee is transferred & relieved on saturday. He joined on Monday. Sunday was his weekly off. Transferee unit claims that they have relieved him on Saturday, therefore, they cannot indicate his weekly off (sunday) in their attendance. The office he joined on monday claims that since he joined on monday, they cannot mark on his attendence as Sunday weekly off. What would be the fate of his weekly off.
Where joining time say 10 days allowed. What happens to his weekly offs, guezetted holidays falling during his joining period.

From India, Ludhiana
Even if the employee is transferred, he is still an active employee of the organisation. In the above query it is clear that the units are not ready to share the cost. Was the site that the employee needs to to join was open on Sunday, was this expressly conveyed to the employee being transferred? Why the employee should suffer for the callous attitude of the office? He should be paid for the week off or the holidays in between and the cost divided to both units.
Hope this clears the confusion.

From India, Mumbai
Hello Kaushal,
Ashutosh Thakre is right--Why should the employee suffer for the callous attitude of the office?
Pl involve the Head Office to resolve the matter--even then IF the units hesitate to share the costs, his salary in the intervening period [whatever it may be] should be to the account of HO.
Also, take this opportunity to make the necessary changes in the Transfer Policy of the Company--to handle such scenarios in the future.

From India, Hyderabad
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