PL Kanthan
Proprietor
Bhrdwaj Harsh
Hr-administration
Consultme
Agile Solutionist
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Dear Sir's,
Just now i came across one situation where one of my contract employee has taken leaves on saturday and monday and he is claiming paid leave for the inbetween sunday.
i would like to know whether he is eligible for the sunday as paid leave.
Regards
Manoj Dwivedi

From India, Mumbai
You need to discuss this with Contractor who acts as the direct employer of the contract employee
From India, Bangalore
Sir, just let me know whether the employee is previlaged to get the sunday as paid leave or not. regards manoj
From India, Mumbai
As per work shift plan, if Sunday is a working day for employee, employee may avail leave on Sunday. This is possible, right?
From India, Bangalore
This is a totally different case altogether...the employee is not working on sundays as it is off day and we are not taking any work on sunday.But as per factories act did he get the sunday considered as paid leave if he was absent on saturday and monday.
Regards
Manoj

From India, Mumbai
Dear Manoj,
If one's absent on Saturday and Monday then Sunday will be considered as a paid leave day, because it is in continuation with in your leave, if one 's absent on Saturday and Monday then he will marked three days absent for the concerned month as Sunday will be considered his absent day.
In case of contractor employee contractor is liable to pay him wages against leave, but its your responsibility to make it happen.
b/r
Harsh

From India, New Delhi
Dear Mr.Manoj Dwivedi,
If the worker takes leave on Saturday & Monday, then :-
His daily rate of Min.Wages being paid already include the wages & allowances for the Weekly day of Rest (i.e.Sunday). Hence, he/she is not eligible or need not be paid additionally for that Sunday, if he has not worked on that day.
Rgds
PL Kanthan

From India, Thane
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