Madhu.T.K
Industrial Relations And Labour Laws

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Hello Guys,
I have a same query but in a different mode. Saturday - 1st half day present, Sunday - Weekly Off Monday - CL Tuesday - Public Holiday Wednesday - Full day present, Then Sunday shall be paid or not?? Please clear me on this issue, because currently I'm facing this problem in my company and lots of employees are unhappy with this rule.
Regards
Tania

From India, Mumbai
If your establishment is a factory then the holidays or weekly off days coming in between two leave days will be counted only as holiday or weekly off days, as the case may be, and not as leave days. This is because the earned leave/ PL under Factories Act is calculated based on the actual days present in the factory and not on the basis of pay days. At the same time, there is no such treatment with regard to treatment of PL under Shops Act. besides, there may be casual leave available to employees in commercial establishments. There can be a generally accepted norm for sandwiching of holidays and accordingly, holidays and weekly off days coming in between two Casual Leave days are treated as holidays/weekly off days and holidays/ weekly off days coming in between two PLsor sick leaves shall be treated as PL or SL, as the case may be.
From India, Kannur
Hallo Friend
Above mentioned case is very vital.Some of the employees are taking advantage like situation,Once saturday is worked for half day then employee is eligible for weekly off of Sunday,no doubt.
About Paid holiday,employee is worked full day after paid holiday so there automatically his casual leave is passed,Paid holiday day is counted as working day.

From India, Jalgaon
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