Query Regarding Factories Act 1948 - CiteHR
Kumaran Praveen
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Provided that the total number of days of leave that may be
carried forward to a succeeding year shall not exceed thirty in the
case of an adult or forty in the case of a child:
This point is taken from the Factories Act. 1948
My understanding is that 30 days will be carried forward and 15 days will be added for the next year.
Is my understand correct?
Regards
Claudette Samson

Hi Buddy,
No, 30 days with you carried forward is an unutilized leave of an employee however the 15 days leave the employee get in the next year is a leave an employee earned in the previous year to enjoy it in next year hence you can add only the untilized leave in the next year to the accumulation of leave not that earned leave as a whole.
With Regards
Mr.Thumbs Up

The maximum total leave I can have in a year is 30 Days. So the total of accumulated unused leave plus the earned leave for the year, must not be more than 30 Days. Is my understanding correct now
Regards
Claudette Samson

Hi Buddy,
My view is you should not add the EL leave of the current year with the accumulated leave to arrive the maximum number (30), only those unused EL in the current year will be added to the accumulated leave at the end of the year to arrive the accumulation of leave of an employee.
With Regards
Mr.Thumbs Up

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