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If as per company policy 1.5 days leave is eligible per month (30 or 31 days) per employee and i joined on 10th sep-18. which means i have worked for 20 days in September-18 and i have not applied leave in September. So my question is......... for October how many days leave will get carry forwarded and i am eligible for how many days leave in October? {Either It is 1.5 days or-else it is less which is calculating on 20 days i don't know}
Well thank you very much in advance for your reply. Please help me identifying the eligible days for October in brief..
13th December 2018 From India, Bengaluru
This can be only answered by your Company HR & after reading your Company Leave Policy.
13th December 2018 From India, Pune
Dear Anonymous
As per factories Act you should have worked for minimum 240 days during a calendar to become eligibile for Annual leave or earned leave, some companies provide this leave after probation period (3-6 months).
Shailesh Parikh
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Vadodara
13th December 2018 From India, Mumbai
sir thank you for your quick response.
And for time being there is no HR in our office i mean She has resigned the job a week ago. and my team manager is also not familiar with the concern. because in Oct i have taken 1 day leave and no LOP considered and in November i have taken 3 days Sick leave(also submitted all medical reports, description report) and they have considered 1 day leave and 2 days LOP.
but as per my calculation they should consider 2 days leave and 1 day LOP if we calculate by considering 1.5 days leave each month (from September).
13th December 2018 From India, Bengaluru
Sir while joining they said 3 months as trainee(consultant) wherein my salary would be without any deduction,
but after completion of 3 months again extending 3 months as a consultant {and my salary includes PF and TDS deductions} but still net amount will be the same as per previous month and which is 10,000/-
and they have clearly mentioned that i am eligible for 1.5 days leave per month.
13th December 2018 From India, Bengaluru
If any employee has worked for 20 days in a month he/she is eligible for a leave of 1.5 days or if any employee has worked for 240 days or more in the calendar year he/she is eligible for leave of 21 days.
Now some of the companies have smart HR who try to manipulate the leave systems and make loss to the employees benefits. Like if is share my example our leave system was 7 days leave in a year which is totally illegal our company was bounding the employee to work on sundays and female employees where asked to sit late till 10.00 pm since it was exports without any benefit. the Management of the company was very harsh they use abusive language to the females and try to harass them. I resigned when the same happened to me My director messaged me to be in the office when i has approved personal leave when i told him that i would not be able to come to the office since on personal leave he has threatened me and asked me that as per him i should be in the office the next day or i would have to face the consequences. I immediately spoke to my family about the same and decided the leave the company. I give my resignation in the month of March 2018 and have served notice period of 3 months again on 2nd August 2018 i asked them to relieve me however there was not response, again on 8th August 2018 i again reminded them however they just informed me that they shall not be able to relieve me as Audits are in line ( now audits are social audit where the management asked to manipulate the documents and show the forged documents to the auditors, just to get the orders). Then on 10th october 2018 i asked for Diwali Break for 10 days however the director only approved 3 days stating that Bonus and increment has to be done. Till the last day he did not do Bonus nor the increment. he forced me to come half day. i went for 1 day however i felt that it is serious a joke and mockery of the laws. i then decided not to join that company back and informed the director of the company that after leaves i would not be joining back.
The Finance manger had send me and email stating to come to office on 15th November 2018 and clear the FNF which i did, it was shocking for that i was not shown my full & final settlement and just handed a cheque which i did not accept. he then told me that your reliving letter will be couriered to you the intresting part is I was fool in the need of the job that i handed over my Original Qualification documents. he handed over me the documents as well. The surprising part was i received my relieving letter which stated that i have not completed the notice period.
I tried reaching the local labour office but the officer did not entertain me. now the news are coming from the company that the vendors are not getting their payments as their rates are too high however in past the same vendors are getting the payment at the same rates which were approved by the Management.
The finance Manager even calls me and threatens me that he will spoil my future and abuse me on my mother.
i dont know what to do because i cannot trust the company as they can go to any level to end up someones carrier as they have done past to one female employee. if any one can give proper advise would be appreciated.
The company is located in Mira Road and the Regional labour office in Thane. There is not response from the labour officer who is incharge of that Location.
I was working as the Assistant Manager - HR & Admin from Jan 2016 to October 2016. I have all the written evidences of the communication with the Director and the email of my resignations.
15th December 2018
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