Industrial Relations And Labour Laws
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One day will be entitled for 20 physical working days to those who has worked 240 and more days in the previous calender year under the Factories act 1948.
The factory leave rules will be applicable to them, if they covered in factories registration otherwise the rules of shops & establishment will be applicable.
28th November 2014 From India, Bangalore
28th November 2014 From India, Kannur
#Anonymouswhat is the leaves and holidays entitlement for employees in an establishment register under factories act 1948
2nd December 2014
3rd December 2014 From India, Kannur
#AnonymousDear seniors , I am working in a pvt.ltd company as a internee(HR) Will anybody please tell me that open a new company , when it is required to open PF&ESI
3rd December 2014
It is sad to know that contributors have reduced one full chapter \'Annual leave with wages\' in couple of sentences that do not reflect all the provisions of the Act.
If an employee joins on a date later than 1st Jan, then he should have completed 2/3 or more working days from his DOJ to 31st December to be entitled for annual leave with wages. Employee is entitled to annual leave with wages if s/he has completed 240 working days during the calender year. In both cases the leave is to be calculated @ of 1 day for every 20 days worked. Since this is normative legislation employer can give 1 day leave @ lesser than 20 days too.
there is more to it, but this will suffice the query.
3rd December 2014 From India, Mumbai
Please help me with clarification on the following points:
1.I am under training and am i eligible for PF& ESIC ? Incase if i am not interested these deductions, can i have exemption
2.Can the leaves left over in the year be carried forward to the next year?
4th December 2014
One is eligible for PF and ESI even if he is undergoing training period. As it is a norms we can't have a exemption in it.
Each company have separate norms under leave periods. Some may have the carry forward leaves and some may not. We can't except the same in every company.
8th December 2014 From India, Chennai