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Dear HR,
One of my friends said that in his current organization it is mandatory to complete 6 days working for a Week Off (WHEREAS EVERY SUNDAY IS FIXED OFF) else the salary will deduct from the employee for example:
last month (Sep 2019) total day was 30 Days includes 5 Sundays(Working days are 25), then the rule of the company is, if you work for 24 days then you will get 5 week off that means you are eligible for 4week off then you will be eligible for 5th week off and you will be paid 24days (working day) + 5 week off but if you take 2 days off then the working day would be 23 then the employee will be paid for 23days (working day + 3 week off) as he has not is not eligible for 4th weekoff.
Is it legal?
Please suggest.

Hi,
It is not legal. Whether it is a private/public limited company or proprietorship company? Employer is bound to follow statutory rules.
This issue can be addressed to Labour Inspector /Asst Labour Inspector of the particular jurisdiction.

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