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A Plant / Factory should be registered under the Factory Act without saying and the leave will be regulated in accordance with Factory Act. In the Factory Act, it clearly stipulates that if a worker works for 20 days, 1 day leave is earned by him. It means that if a worker has worked 240 days or more in a calender year, he shall be allowed 1 day EL / PL for every 20 days worked done.So, his earned leave will be calculated accordingly.

If an Office / Establishment is registered under the local Shop & Establishment Act, the leave will be permissible as per such Act.

If there is any agreement between the Management and the Union pertaining to wages settlement including leave & other matters,then it will be regulated in accordance with terms of settlement. But under no circumstances, leave will not be less than statutory provision of the aforesaid Act. If both the parties has agreed and signed a settlement, allowing SL and CL apart from EL ,then they are bound to follow the same as per terms of agreement.

Many of above are correct but just clarified as below. Sick Leave is available through ESIC, for those covered under ESIC, else give 7 days as Sick Leave. You can avoid Casual Leave.
Above is as per factory act.

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