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I Have Doubt,I joined in Mid of Feb, will i be eligible for Casual leave for that month?
From India, Hyderabad
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This depends on the rules of your organisation. There are many organisations allowing full CL for the year for all those who joined before 30th June and 50% of it for those who joined any time thereafter. Pl check the position
From India, Mumbai
Casual Leave will mostly be available to you in the next year. Most companies do not give you any leave in the first year of your work.
From India, Mumbai
Dear Indu,
The leave rule of every establishment are different from one to other. The total leave for which you will be eligible is depending upon the nature of establishment and as per adopted or framed rules.
You need to check with your HR department what are the leave you are going to get till you earned leave.
Every establishment facilitates their staffs with leave till they eligible for any earned leave, which comes at close of the calender year. At the present juncture you may not be eligible for leave but your HR is the right person to guide you.
In this context our members have given their views to understand as a whole.
From India, Mumbai
Indu,
You are confusing the Forum. You have not joined Mid of Feb, you joined on 21st Feb. and hardly worked for 8 days, than how do you expect casual leave for that month. You worked only 35% during the month. One should not be so much greedy to grab benefits from any organisation.
Suresh
From India, Thane
You must be on probation now, and generally no leave is given during probation period.
From India, Mumbai
Dear Indu,
what i understand from your query is that, your company provide casual leave to people on probation and you also got it. your query is just for the month in which you joined as you joined in the middle of the month. Therefore, if you joined before or on 15th of that month you will get the leave for that month otherwise you wont. Also, I have seen some companies providing half CL to calculate it on prorate basis.
From India, Pune
As far as CL concerns , there is only one rule that, they should not be more than 12. Also, It completely depends on the leave policy in force.
From India, Pune
Thanks to all
@Suresh: I m not very sure about the leave policy,that's the reason i was checking
Thanks
Indu
From India, Hyderabad
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