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Can anyone help me out with the doubt, if standard working days to be considered is 30 days irrespective of whether the number of days in a month is 28/29/30/31 days then how the salary deduction will take place in case of 31 days? Do we deduct no of leaves taken from 28/30/31?
For example-
An employee took 3 days leave in Aug (31 days), and we will take 30 days (as per the standards) while calculating the salary, so the present day would be 28 days and that employee has 1 paid leave so the total paid days would be 29 and now how I will deduct 2 days from 30 (30-2 =28 days, how this is possible as an employee is present for 28 days + 1 Paid leave, total days to be paid is 29.
Can anyone help me out with doubt?
14th September 2018 From India, Bhopal
Dear friend,
When the salary is computed on monthly basis only and a month is notionally construed to have 30 days only, the actual no. of days in any month does not matter for the calculation of Per Diem salary for any purpose.
14th September 2018 From India, Salem
Dear Friend,
In your given example the total days to be paid is 29 ( 31-3+1).
Regards,
V K Sharma
14th September 2018 From India, Delhi
@Sharmavk05
As per @Umakanthan53 the salary is computed on monthly basis only and a month is notionally construed to have 30 days only, this the standard procedure to be followed.
I'm just doubting around the deduction of a salary in case of 31 days
- While calculating the salary standard working days to be considered is 30 days irrespective of whether the number of days in a month is 28/29/30/31 days - I got this point
- While deducting the salary do we again take 30 days as the standard working days - Need clarity on this
(if yes then, for example - An employee took 3 leaves in Aug(31 days) out of which 1 is paid and other is unpaid so the total present days would be 28 days(31-3) + 1 paid leave = 29 days so if we are deducting 30-2 (leave deduction) = 28 days coming as paid so what should I do to adjust the 1 paid leave ?????
15th September 2018 From India, Bhopal

The calculation is done on the total number of days in the month.
For example, June has 30 days so per day salary calculation would be [( Monthly Salary/30) * (30 - unpaid leaves availed)]
Similarly calculation for July has 31 days hence calculation would be [(Monthly Salary/31) * (31 - Unpaid leaves availed)]
Thanks
6th December 2018
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