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mehulsdave
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Dear All, Can you pls. tell me the applicable leave rule with break up like PL/SL etc. for proprietorship company and pvt. ltd. company. Regards, Mehul
From China
welcomeumesh
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Hi,
If your company is an establishment (not a factory), you may refer to the Bombay Shops and Commercial Establishment Act for the leave rules in your state.
warm regards,
Umesh Chaudhary
(welcomeumesh@yahoo.com)

From India, Delhi
malikjs
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dear
it is not pvt ltd/public ltd/prartnership/properitership concern which decide leaves.
either your esablishment is covered under factory act or shop and establisment act of the state .quantum of leaves decided as per
the coverage .
tks
j s malik

From India, Delhi
seva2010
I got accident during duty hours (travelling from one location to next day working location after finishing my work), I working in pvt. ltd. co. mumbai & accident was taken place in tamilnadu (injury: fracture in right i.e. working hand), so which kind of leave pvt. ltd.co.will sanction. Company ask it for seak leave from my account.
will you please advise for this

From India, Mumbai
javedkhanpathan
Hello,
I have just joined a proprietor ship firm a real estate company 3 months back,
working days Tuesday to Sunday, Weekly off Monday,working hours 10 am to 6 Pm,
My boss (Owner) is telling me their is only weekly off no paid leave, sick leave etc if any extra leave taken i have to cover in weekly off leave, Otherwise leave amount will be deducted from salary,
If i got public holiday leave that leave also have to covered in weekly off.
My salary has already been deducted
Request you to kindly send me the govt rules format of Employees working with Proprietor ship firm. So that i can clearify with my boss.
Regards,
Javedkhan

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