NK SUNDARAM
Soft Skill Trainer / Hr Consultant - India
Fremedios
Consultant

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We are in the process of revamping our HR policies and hence wanted some market intelligence. Any help is appreciated on the below mentioned points:
This is information is required from IT companies:
1. Saturdays working or Non working
2. How many leaves (CL+PL) in an IT company
3. Break timings
4. Flexi work times
5. Work from Home facility
6. Salary structures
7. Any other benefits given for employees
Thanks in advance.

Hi,
Firstly, no two company policy can be same, prepare a draft and I can help you edit it. I can answer your basic questions but a policy is a lot more than the points you have mentioned above.
Ideally IT firms dont work on Saturdays. If they happen to a comp. off (extra paid day) is added to their leaves.
Work from home you can allow 2 in a month or so.
For Salary structure you have components like : Basic, HRA, Conveyance and Medical.
Also in deductions you will have EPF, ESIC and PT
Break timings can be half hour lunch and two tea breaks of 15 mins each.
Leaves can be 14 festive leaves and 21 Leaves (sick, casual)
- Foram Parikh
https://www.oyewiki.com/review/need-...f&ref=discover

As rightly pointed out by Foram above, you should search inwardly about what employees expect from Management. Conduct a survey amongst employees but inform them that all their suggestions will not be implemented but will be considered. Keep yourself updated by reading HR related articles in internet... That is the best way of implementing new initiatives. No copy paste of policies. By the way, many people still mention Days of Leave as Leaves. Leaves can be found only on trees and not in offices. There is no plural for Leave... it is always Number of days of Leave, Types of Leave etc.
Best wishes

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