What is Sandwich Leave Policy and how does it work (Explanation) - CiteHR
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Sandwich Leave Policy - It is kind of leave policy in which a company deducts leaves of an employee for week offs if that employee applies leave the day after and before the week offs.
For eg - If you have week offs on Saturday and Sunday and you apply leave for Friday and Monday. Then the weekoffs will be considered as leaves, thus total of 4 leaves will be deducted from your account instead of 2. If your company has a Sandwich Leave Policy.
Instances of Sandwich Leave Policy(assuming Saturday and Sundays are weekoffs):
* If you apply leave on Thursday and Friday.
* If you apply leave Friday.
* If you apply leave on Monday and Tuesday.
* If you apply leave on Monday.
If your company sets these instances as criteria then they also fall under the sandwich leave policy.

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