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Hello Everyone,
Please let me know if there is any rule regarding the minimum no of leaves to be availed to be considered as earned leave.
If, the employee goes for 2 days leave and do not have any sick leave or casual leave in his/her account, then in that case, is he/she eligible to take earned leave or will that be considered as LOP.
Thanks
Shweta

From India , Calcutta
Hi Shweta,
As per my knowledge, leave policy made by company (Depends on the state) . He/ Her on leave or Absent? , if it's leave then check for with leave balance and your company policy.
Mostly polices may different from one company to other so first cross check your company policy.
As per your state 14 EL / PL's for complete year.(Financial )
regards,
Sandeep.Pabba

From India, Mumbai
Dear Shweta,
"Leave" with its classification into several kinds, in general, is a welfare measure enabling an employee to be away from the place of work with the authorisation of the employer mostly with salary and at times without salary so as to have no negative effect on his/her continuity of service. Therefore, the classification of leave into different kinds is an arrangement to avail this benefit based on the circumstantial necessities of the individual employee. Leave like casual leave and sick leave have no cumulative effect and they get lapsed in the calendar year itself whereas earned leave has got cumulative effect i.e carrying forward of the unavailed days to the succeeding years subject to certain limit and is encashable in the event of termination of employment. Therefore, there would be the tendency in the employees to avail of the CL and SL first and take EL only in the case of their exhaustion. If the leave accounts of the employees are managed up to date and the balance of leave position is conveyed to the employees periodically, the situation described in your post would have been avoided by the employee himself by specifically applying for EL. Any way, there is no harm in asking the employee to submit a revised leave application for EL and sanction it or you can sanction EL suo moto mentioning the fact of exhaustion of other leaves at credit in stead of straight away treating it as LOP which may be a practical and flexible Leave Policy as well as a good HR Practice.

From India, Salem
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