Hi, If an employee\'s resigns and if his last working day is the end of the month, and if the end of the month happens to be a sunday, Will her salary be paid for full month or minus the sunday?.
Example: One of my employee is resigning on 31/05/2014, and it happens to be a sunday. Should I pay her till 31st or 30th?

From India, Bangalore
According to me, you should pay till the last date mentioned.
From India, Mumbai
Consider it as one month worked and pay accordingly. Last working day can be any day. Theoretically, one can go on an approved leave in the last week of the month and still will get paid for the whole month.
From India, Mumbai
I am slightly disagree with Ashish and Aditya. I am sorry for that. I may be wrong here but I feel that we have to consider the last day the employee has worked on as that day is the last working day. It is not about one day pay. But actually the employee's last day is Saturday OR Friday and we have to consider that only.
From India, Pune
Monica is right it seems to me. — — — — — — — — Pon
From India, Lucknow
An employee serves 30 days of notice and the last day falls on a Sunday, then the full n final settlement should take into consideration the number of days worked
Even if d employee wants Saturday, instead of Sunday, to be the last working day, it is allowed. Provided the employee has finished handover.

From India, Mumbai
I may be wrong; but just consider my logic.
Employee has put his papers. Has to serve one month notice period. He starts serving notice. Last working day is Friday 28th of a month. Sat-Sun is 29-30 with Sunday being the last day of the month. In such a scenario, what will a company do?
As per my logic, company should pay for one whole month's salary.
As per some other people's logic, company should pay only upto 28th.

From India, Mumbai
As Rupali has mentioned above, 30 day notice is a slightly tricky term. When we say 30 days, do we mean 30 working days or it’s said in a manner of speaking; to mean one month?
From India, Mumbai
Hi Aditya,
When we say 30 days, it actually means one month (including non working days). My point is if an employee doesn't serve 30 days then why should the Company pay him 1 month full salary.
In-case if the last working day is a Sunday, and the employee & employer has agreed to release the employee on Saturday, the Company can pay one month salary.

From India, Mumbai
Rupali, that’s exactly what I’m saying. That one whole month’s salary should be paid.
From India, Mumbai

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