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Sneha Joshi
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Devashree N
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Dear All,
I am working with a limited Retail Company and we have leave policy. In leave policy we have EL,CL and SL for all employees.
My question is when a employee take the leave on saturday , sunday ,Monday and his week off on Sunday so in current scenario we have count all days in leave. is that a right policy ??
and if we have change the policy and give a week off as a paid days then what is the impact on our current policy as well as on salary budget.
Wait for your valuable response.
Thanks & Regards,
Praveen Rathore

From India, Bangalore
Normally, any authorized leave with wages/salary has to be treated as duty for all practical purposes like sandwiching of such leave with public holidays or weekly off. The objective behind such sandwiching of authorized leave is to enable the employees to enjoy leasure as well as discharge their family/ social obligations. I think every employer should not lose sight of this and be as magnanimous as he can.
From India, Salem
See, this completely depends on company itself, if your company is experiencing absenteeism problem then you should go with this rule, as this rule will not allow employees to take leave specially on Monday, as per the research most people feel tired or getting lazy to come to office on Monday and technically for company Monday is very important because of 3 days of pending work.
If you feel that this is not fair with company then even you can modify policy by saying that if this kind of situation happens for twice in a month then on 3rd time it will become a sandwich. By this way you can impose disciplinary actions and even this would be in employee's favor as well.

From India, Pune
In most of the Private Organizations except EL / PL & Compensatory offs the intervening holidays / weekly offs are treated as part of leave. The same will be as per their Certified Standing Orders / leave policy / HR Manual or any long term agreement with the employees.
The same is in case of LOP / Absent also. If weekly off falls on Sunday and the employee is on LOP for Saturday & Monday they will be loosing their wages / salary for Sunday also.
In case your organization wants to change the system better to obtain inputs from all the stake holders, obtain approvals, make necessary amendments in all the documents related and implement.

From India, Hyderabad
In the Employee’s Provident Fund Scheme 1952 , the Administrative charges payable by the employer are changed w.e.f 1st June..Can anyone guide me on this? N.Devashree
From India, Pune
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