Madhu.T.K
Industrial Relations And Labour Laws
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Dear All, If any employee going on leave from 25th of January to 28 of January then he/she is applicable for the Republic day holiday and Sunday as well as.
From India, Jaipur
No, intervening holidays will be treated as 'leave'. Generally, prefixing and suffixing of holidays only are permitted but holidays sandwiched inbetween commencement and ending leave period will be treated as on leave. However what practice followed in your firm has to be looked into.
From India, Bangalore
It depends on the policy of the company. Many companies do allow prefix and suffix of the leave. However the above comment by Mr Kumar S also holds water. R R Kapoor Vadodara
From India, Vadodara
It does not depend of company policy,but governed by the Act by which holiday is allowed for Jan 26th.
From India, Thiruvananthapuram
Hi,
As rightly stated by one of the learned member it all boils down to the policies of the company. Also note that the way you treat the number of working days in the company also is vital. If the company treats the weekends and holidays as non-working days, you cannot treat 26th Jan and 27th Jan [Sunday] as leave which leaves you to take only 25th Jan and 28th Jan as leaves taken. It is only 2 and not 4.
Thanks and Regards

From India, Hyderabad
One thing is very important. Whether the employee is denied a holiday or not. By giving leave or marking the sandwich day, ie, 26th January, as leave he is not denied salary for that day. The day is considered as paid day only. That satisfies the requirement of the law.
Now, coming to the nature of activity and the basic Act to which an establishment belongs to, I would say that if it is a factory to which the Factories Act applies, no intervening holiday or weekly off day can be marked as leave. That means you cannot treat weekly off day or holiday coming in between two leave days also as leave.

From India, Kannur
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