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We follow the salary cycle of 1 to 30 or 31st of every month and with the working days and holidays calculation. Holidays we take 4 or 5 Sundays of the month respectively and also we include the proposed holidays (i.e., May day/Diwali, etc) on the deduction part and the rest as working days. We followed this pattern till last month and now from this pay cycle we want to make the salary count from 26th to 25th of each month.
Please suggest with options and procedures.
From India, Chennai
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Better solution is to pay as per calendar month with actual attendance cycle taken from 26th of the previous month to the 25th of current month, further with presumed attendance of current month from 26th to the month end. In other words if there is any absence between 26th to the end of the month it will not get reflected in the current month salary but deductions are carried out in the payment of next month salary. For e.g. If an employee absents for 27th April, he will get full salary for April but in the salary paid for the month of May one day salary will be deducted. In this process the salary processing can be smooth and the employee can be assured of smooth payment of salary and better morale and due compliance of the Law.
From India, Mumbai
We do follow same cycle i.e. 26th to 25th. It is helpful for employees , as they get salary in hand by 2nd or 3rd of month. But it is somewhat complex method. : )
From India, Amravati
Dear Gauravf1,
It is better to follow the system of calendar month as suggested by our learned member KK!HR.
The system you follow has many disadvantages where as in calendar month you have not a single disadvantage. In calendar month cycle, if you follow the suggestion by our learned friend KK!HR, you can still make payment any time as per your wish.
From India, Mumbai
Hi
pay cycle change is a really tough task for HR, better to you can proceed as you are following now I.e., calendar wise
From India, Hyderabad
The payroll cycle of 26-25 is illegal under the Payment of wages act
The law requires that the wages be paid for specifically allowed period - week, fortnight or month. If monthly then it needs to follow the Calendar month
From India, Mumbai
Dear Saswata ji,
I would like to know where it is written in Payment of Wages Act that payroll cycle of 26-25 is illegal?
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From India, Mumbai
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From India, New Delhi
Dear Saswata ji,
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From India, Mumbai
Dear ANNONYMOUS friend,
This is the forum in which we exchange our views and knowledge.
Shri. Saswata Banergee is one of the senior memberd of this forum with nearly 3750 posts in his account. He is most appreciated member by the we readers. He is contributing to the HR Fraternity for so many years consistently without any expectation.
One this background you do not deserve to, and that too hiding the identity, say any thing about him. You proved yourself that you can not even right a single sentence.
From India, Mumbai
There is no need for confusion. The company has to simply follow the Accounting Standards in line with the provisions of Income Tax for TDS, i.e. calender month.
From India, Mumbai
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