Manojkamble
Sr. Hr Executive
Bharat Gera
Principal Hr Consultant
Rujul
Sr.officer At J K Lakshmi Cement Ltd
Consultme
Agile Solutionist
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Is there any rule for paid leave will not considered in notice period in pvt ltd.
From India, Jalalpur
This is not governed by any labour law but required rules can be made in-house.
If a company has a leave rule, employees can not avail EL during notice period, then the company should be giving ample opportunity for employees to avail their earned leaves or encash their leaves.

From India, Bangalore
Notice period is mentioned in appointment letter, check yours.
From India, Mumbai
Dear Sunil, Adjustment of leave against notice period is completely depends on a company whether it is pvt ltd, ltd or any other firm. As it is not governed by any labour law.

There is no law for and against taking leaves during notice period. Companies are arbitrarily making such darconian rules without any consideration to human factor.
Since every employee signs the appointment letter acknowledging to abide by the company rules the employee gets covered.
One has to make the choice.
Warm Regards
Bharat Gera
HR Consultant

From India, Thane
Dear Sunil,
The clause of notice period (of 1 to 3 month) is to regulate the termination or retrenchment of the employee by the establishment, as envisaged in ID Act.
The general condition of notice is to serve notice period or else to pay equivalent amount of notice period. The earned leave is nothing but legally you can cash out aginst the notice period. If, someone is going against means nothing but haressment.

From India, Mumbai
it is as per company leave policy. se it first. but in normal cases PL will not entertained during notice period. you will be on LWP if you put any leave and settled in full and final certificate.
From India, Gurgaon
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