Hi every one. my name is Jyoti working as Sr executive - hr and admin i am only hr and admin in my company, handling all the works related to hr and admin. i want to understand leave policy because in my company if a employee takes leave on Saturday and Monday then Sunday too marked as leave not week off though my company has given only 12 leave for entire year 5 PL, 4 CL and 3 Sick Leave excluding festival and national holidays.
Before joining this company i worked in 3 companies no one followed such policy even i spoke to many of my friends who has been working for 10 or 12 years no one has come across such policy even one of my friend she is a hr manager she also says there is no such policy, leave and week off are employee rights. hence request you all to share your opinion and suggestion on this so that i can learn right thing for my career and make changes in my company's policy.

From India, Bengaluru
If you refer factories Act then Employer at liberty to Consider Sunday/ Woff day as Leave - You are covered under Factories Act or Shop & Establishment Act?
From India, Pune
Dear Jyoti ,you have not furnished details about your Establishment/Factory.Whether Registered under The factories Act, 1948/The karnataka Shops & Commercial Establishments Act.Accordingly, peruse relevant Act & Rules.
12 leave for entire year 5 PL, 4 CL and 3 SL is not in conformity with Applicable law
Please focus on the subject & take up the matter with your Management & comply with provisions of leave

From India, New Delhi
Dear Ms Jyoti,
As stated by Mr.Ram, the leave policy will either be governed by Factories Act or Shop and Establishment Act of the State where your office is located.
In case you are working in a Factory, El will be governed by Factories Act and CL/SL will be as per State Rules.
In case of Factory, in case you have more than 100 employees, refer to Standing Orders or Model Standing Orders.
Otherwise leave of all kinds will be governed by Shops and Establishment Act of the State.
In case of further clarification mail me at .
Col.Suresh Rathi

From India, Delhi

Even if we start giving you the different policies what matters is the leave policy as per the established norms prevailing in your area and industry. It seems you are working in a company which falls under Shops & Establishment Act of Karnataka and so it would be advisable to follow the rules under the Act and put it in the notes to your management for action. Do not criticize but tell them it would be good if we start following the rules and regulations as stipulated to avoid issues at any given date. Put it as a suggestion and wait for the reaction from the management instead of telling them that what they are doing is wrong blah blah. Educate them as per the rules and put them in your email as it would help you in your follow-up.
Thanks and Regards

From India, Hyderabad
Thank you Mr Rathi,
My company is in Bangalore, Karnataka and it is not registered under Factory Act, shop and establishment because our trade business are Hotel, Restaurant and Online Travel Agent. It is a Limited Liability Partnership firm incorporated on 8 Sep 2017 and it is registered at registrar of companies, Bangalore.

From India, Bengaluru
Ms. Jyoti... since your establishment is a new one.. if you have 20 or more employees then EPF Act and ESI Act also becomes applicable to your company. also you need to register under Karnataka shop and establishment act. As per the above Act, 18 days EL and 12 Days sick leave is allowed.
From India
Will NGO be guided by Shops & Establishments Act for the purpose of Leave Policy formation?
From India, Gopalganj
Also plz help in understanding if Societies will also be considered under Shops & Establishment Act? Societies are registered under Societies Act 1860, but there is no mention of how Employee Benefit policies should be made.
From India, Gopalganj
Actually my company leave is 24 total leaves
From India, Pune

If you are knowledgeable about any other fact, resource or experience related to this topic - please add your views using the reply box below. For articles and copyrighted material please only cite the original source link. Each contribution will make this page a resource useful for everyone.

Please Login To Add Reply

About Us Advertise Contact Us
Privacy Policy Disclaimer Terms Of Service

All rights reserved @ 2021 Cite.Co™

All Material Copyright And Trademarks Posted Held By Respective Owners.
Panel Selection For Threads Are Automated - Members Notified Via CiteMailer Server