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Dear All, I\'m working as an HR in a software firm. I would like to know whether while calculating the leaves availed by employees should we have to include leaves availed on LOP mode. Awaiting your feedback and information on it.
6th November 2013 From India, Chennai
Well, it's very complicated and confusing when you do calculation of leave and attendance manually and often it results into mistake if not done attentively. Most of the companies now using advanced HR and Payroll software to manage all the things in an easy way.
These advance software are often loaded with different modules when you need to enter the details once only and rest of the calculation and adjustments will be done by the software itself in an easy way.
You can go for SaralPayroll software that comes with leave management module and other modules like attendance, employee management etc. that can help you. Initially you can try its free or trial version to check this.
7th November 2013 From India, Lucknow
Dear Bhanu, Yes, we have to include leaves availed on LOP mode.
7th November 2013 From India, Mumbai
The inclusion of LOP will vary according to context:
If you are doing payroll LOP will be deducted from working days
if you are stating leave balance lop need not be deducted from leave quota
if you are presenting a report to a manager lop must be included in the list of leaves taken
so the answer is yes in some contexts and no in others.
8th November 2013 From India, Mumbai
Hi all, please inform me what is LOP mode ? Eagerly I am waiting for response....
12th November 2013 From India, Noida
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