Dear All Seniors
i am working in a MNC company, our one employee 4 days absent including holiday or weekly off and applied for SL leave 4 days and not provide medical certificate, so we are deduced the salary 2 Days or 4 Days please suggest.
Thanks
Sonu Kumar

From India, Jaipur
Sonu,
If you have a holiday / weekly off day, then how can a employee be considered "absent" on that day ?
Why did your employee apply for 4 days Sick Leave ? Does your organization have a policy to consider weekly holidays too as "leave" if it is sandwiched between the leave availed on working days !
I believe, your organization would be having a policy stating the need to produce/submit medical certificate if one avails Sick Leave for certain number of days, isn't it ?
Regards,
A.B.

From India, Mumbai
Dear Sir, But' employee 2 days absent friday or monday, in between holiday or weekly off sick leave case holiday or weekly off consider that means he is provide 4 days leave. Thanks Sonu Kumar
From India, Jaipur
The standard practice is to consider the entire period as absent, including weekly off. However, you need to check your standing orders (if applicable) and accordingly take action.
If standing orders provide for sandwich rule (absent both before and after a holiday) or if it is silent, or if you do not have standing orders, then you can go ahead and deduct salary for all 4 days.

From India, Mumbai
The Sick Leave, even if the holiday or week off is coming in between, has to be on the calendar days... As he is sick from one date till another date. You cannot be sick one day then alright on the weekoff and then sick again. So the entire 4 days will be Sick Leave or Absent. Even if the standing order is stating that it is on working days.
In case of other leaves, the standing order will come into play or working days or calendar days

From India, Mumbai





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