Leave eligibility As per Factory act if employee has not worked 240 days out 365 days - CiteHR
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Dear Mr. Madhu,
No one could have made things clearer. Thank you for the detailed reply, much appreciate.
Regards,
Arun
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In respect of any employee joining during the year, the minimum days required to become eligible to get leave, ie, 240 or 180, as the case may be, shall be reduced proportionately. Therefore, if the date of joining is 1st March, 2016, he should have worked for 200 days or 150 (in MP) in order to be eligible for leave with wages. If he has left the service in the same year, let him go without taking any leave pay. If the HR is to calculate leaves of each and every person like this, there will not be any end for it. Leave under Factories Act is admissible only in the second year (calendar year) of service and if he is not in service why should we give leave?
Madhu T K
Dear Murthy,
Request to share the extension of over time to 125 hours in a quarter GO.
Regards
Vamsi Krishna
Dear Mr. Vamshi,
This rule is applicable to MP Govt. Please see it in the attached pdf format above the EL Calculation clause.
murty

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Sir,
Please tell if any worker/employee joined as on 1st march 2017and left/resigned as on 31st may 2017, he worked total 76 days during service, so pls tell he his eligible for leave with wage or not.
Thanks for the update Mr.Murthy.
Regards
Vamsi Krishna
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