Hi HR'S,
Register of leave with wages, Which basis we have to maintain, Weather it will be calendar year or Account year?
Now i am maintaining leave register from January,, Some friends are telling that march you close last year attendance leave from April open new register.
Clarify my doubt, and share me some leave register as per factories act.
Thanks,
Nagarjun R
HR Admin
Papas Trading Private Limited

From India, Chennai

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Dear Mr Nagarjun,
There are no Fixed Norms for maintaining Leave Record to be maintained, It may be either since Jan to Dec, or FY.
Only factory act provides the manner of providing and calculating leaves in Case of Earned Leave, One day leave allowed after working 20 days working.
Casual & Sick leave leave are available as per Standing Order applicable

From India
Please maintain Register of Leave with wages in Form-14 (See Rule119) for Factories in Karnataka Leave register to be maintained on Calendar Year basis i.e January to December.
From India, New Delhi

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Dear Mr Rajesh Kumar Dubey,
Your Post "There are no Fixed Norms for maintaining Leave Record to be maintained, It may be either since Jan to Dec, or FY." is with due respects " without application of mind & lack of knowledge".Please go through Shops & Establishments Act,Building & other Construction workers Act, 1996,Contract Labour Act to know about applicability/Eligibility of various types of leave provided therein.
Further, the same is to be credited on Calendar year basis i.e January to December.Further, your statement that "Casual & Sick leave are available as per Standing Order applicable is not factually correct.please revert to me if i am wrong

From India, New Delhi

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