Regarding EL Or PL During Probation Period. - CiteHR
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Is somebody eligible to earn leave during probation period?
Earned Leave:-
Earned leave means leave earned in respect of periods spent on duty.
Duty:-
‘duty’ means duty as a member of the Service and includes:—
(i) service as probationer;
(ii) joining time;
(iii) such other periods as the Government may, by general or special
order, declare as ‘duty’;
Is these justification is correct?
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EL (Earned Leave) or PL (Paid Leave) according to my understanding is applicable only after completing 12 months of service in an organization. Yes, it will include the time that one spends as a Probationer as well and probation may range from 3 to 6 months as the case may be. In fact it accrues and will allocated on pro-rata basis. Every company has their own way of interpreting and using this.
So during probation period claiming EL or PL will usually not be entertained by Functional Heads as well as HR people.
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