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Shailja Thapar
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if an employee is on leave for second half on Saturday and first half on Monday, can we deduct Sunday which falls in between prefix and suffix of absenteeism?
From India, Mumbai
Dear Shailija,
Greetings for the day,
First of all it may be noted that leave is only grated against working days not against paid holidays & week off's as far as your query sunday deduction is concern it can only be deduction when employee is on leave without pay.
Thanks & Regards,
Sumit Kumar Saxena

From India, Ghaziabad
Dear Friend
If you grant half day earned leave for second half on Saturday and half day earned leave for first half on Monday, then you require to pay for Sunday i.e weekly off also if your pay system is basing on 30 days. On the other hand, if prefix or suffix to the leave of CL or SL, the intervening weekly off will also be treated as leave and if no leave balance is there in the credit of employee who apply for leave as stated above, he has to loose two days pay

From India, Hyderabad
Hi Shailajaji,
We have Declared Paid W/Off days & also Filed Holiday List for the year with FI & LC Office & Notice Boards.
We also have Rules as to how many days an employee should work in a week to entitle him for paid W/O.
We have to have Short Leave & Long Leave Policy so that a person taking leave within the Short Leave will not lose benefit already declared subject to leaves of Clubbing.
Once such Leave Policies are framed, there will not be any problem. HR Dept. has to face the wrath of all for not properly drafting Leave Rules.
HR Consultant, AGM-HR&Admn. 11.12.2014

From India, Bangalore
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