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Dear Experts, Am working as HR Executive in reputed organization i would like to know about the leave management.
If any employee has taken 3 to 7 days of leaves in a month. Can he undergo for any other deductions apart form his loss of pay because of his absence, since we are following Sunday/Monday - where an employee has taken leave on Saturday (2nd off) & Monday (1st off) then Sunday will be absent.
i would like to know whether it is fair with respect to law. Requesting you all kindly suggest me with alternatives.

From India, undefined

Dear friend,
' Leave ' means leave of absence granted to an employee from work due to some personal reasons. Of course the classification and scales of leave are either statutorily defined or prescribed in the contract of employment and as such leave forms a part and parcel of conditions of service in the realm of employment. However, the management of leave ultimately rests with the employer as every leave other than medical leave requires the prior sanction of the employer. Frequent enjoyment of leave by employees would be detrimental to the work of the establishment. That's why it is said that leave cannot be claimed as a matter of right by an employee. So the effective implementation of leave policy in an organization depends upon the genuineness of the leave requirement of the employees and the reasonable attitude of the leave sanctioning authority. No hard and fast rule can be laid down in this regard. Sunday being a compulsory weekly holiday you cannot deny it just because the employee had availed half a day leave on the second half of saturday and the first half of monday respectively.

From India, Salem
chaitanya jupalli
Thanks for valuable suggestion. Thanks Krishna Chaitanya
From India, undefined
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