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In employee’s leave account EL & CL (leaves) would be add on while serving notice period or these leaves would be stop adding in leave balance when he/she give their notice period. Thanks Khushboo
They are part of the agreement with employee’s hence they can avail there benefits irrespective whether they are continuing or leaving your employment. So they can avail them.
Dear Madam,
NP is an established provision to intimate in advance to the either party, of separation intended.
While leave ( of any type ) is being accrued & due to avail & encase permissible balance for the purpose - during serving period or could be adjusted in lieu of NP while leaving, as per the leave policy established in any organisation.
However, any type of such leave is being accrued & due ( can be earned ) during NP also, as the PERIOD of NOTICE also construed as continuity of master & servant relations, till the date of relieving \ Last Working Day.
I hope it is cleared.
Thanks with sincere regards,
Devdatta Yagnik
m : 97277 00495
Since you will be working during notice period, pro-rata leave for notice period should be added to your balance and entire leave wages - opening balance+lpro-rata leave on broken period prior to issuing notice+pro-rata leave for notice period worked should be included in your F&F settlement.
Guys explain clearly, not in round & about manner.
First, you must always explian what type of organistion you are working for and where it is located, as the answer to your question depends on that. it also depends on the kind of employee you are talking of, your internal HR rules and your standing orders.
Under factory act, you are required to update the leave records in January of each year with the number of days credited depending on the number of days worked. So if your notice period was any time after january, there is no question of leaves added to the record for the notice period. if your notice period was partly in december, then it would count, as the number of leave credited would depend on the number of days worked in the previous year and notice period days are also a part of "days worked".
However, you need to check if your standing orders has any specific requirement on this matter
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