Umakanthan53
Labour Law & Hr Consultant
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Please advice on on leave allotment as per act. Earned Leaves Casual Leaves Sick Leaves Maternity leaves Paternity Leaves What kind of leaves can be allotted for Employee Motivation?
Hi, It differs State wise, you can check shops and establishments act leave policy on paycheck.in
Leave of absence from work is a concession granted to paid employees by the employers ever since the practice of engagement of labor for hire or reward came into vogue. Of course, initially it might have worked on the principle of no work - no wages. However, with the gradual emergence of employment relationship becoming formal and the incorporation of welfare measures into working conditions leave provisions came to be statutory depending upon the nature of work as well as type of industrial or other establishment as briefly stated by the above learned member.
If the poster is desirous of motivating his employees more by means of leave, his organization may adopt a liberal leave policy with reference to matters like leave sanction, sandwiching of different kinds of leave, encashment of unavailed leave etc. Above all higher scales of leave can also be considered without detriment to the work of the Industrial establishment.

Leave policy is based on Leaves as mandated in Factory Act or Shop and Establishment Act of respective states. Employers may provide leaves in excess to what is mandated. Col.Suresh Rathi
Dear friends.
For your information as:-
cl are entitled after 43.57 days
earned leaves after 20 days and
sick leave is entitles to those
who are exempted from esi( salary more than 21000/) .
For above 21000/- salary sl is entitled after
21.78 days( working.)
thanks

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