Sr. Hr Executive
Bharat Gera
Principal Hr Consultant
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Hello HR Professionals !
please suggest on the followings and oblige
1> In Retail Sector ( Head Office ) If the Office Hour is 10 - 7:00 pm if grace period till 10: 30 am is allowed , Is it ok to deduct 1 leave for 3 late comings... even if the late is for 1 minute ? should there be any grace time limit ( ex additional grace of 15 minutes ) for deduction application ?
Is the same rule applicable for HOD also?
2> In case the leave has been exhausted is it okay to deduct salary
3> Respectable HR please reply what is the general practice in relevant and service industry in India/ Kolkata
Thanks & Regards

From India, Pune
Dear Shuvra,
Please find reply to your query as below :
1. Ideally you are not suppose to deduct salary or leave for the full day. Yes, you can deduct atual late coming time from the salary of the employee. Yes, you can deduct half day leave if employee is late for 4 hrs in total and full day leave if employee late for 8 hrs.
2. It is rightful to deduct salary if leaves are exhausted.
3. Now a days many company works in flexi shifts if this is not actually affecting work culture.

Rule applies equally to all without any exception or designation.
From India, Thane
Thank you Mr. Kamble for the reply ... as mentioned " can deduct half day leave if employee is late for 4 hrs in total and full day leave if employee late for 8 hrs." Is there any service rule regarding this ... would be of great if you forward the same . Kindly reply .

From India, Pune
There is no such rule written for the same but yes this may be formed under your company policy.

Thanks Mr. Kamle Requesting other respectable H.Rs to comment on this also please Regards Shuvra
From India, Pune
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