If the Employee has joined on 27th Jan 2020, should we pay him the 4 days salary in Feb or we need to pay him jan +Feb salary in March >
From India, Pune
It's obvious there could be some delay to disburse the first month's salary promptly on the declared date though it's avoidable. In your case you may stick to your co's normal salary date. If everybody paid salary on the last working day of the month say 31st, if possible you may disburse the 5 days salary on 31st itself. Supposing all are paid subsequently (Pay day) say any day between 1/2 to 10/2 you may do so accordingly. No harm. It's not right to club Jan & Feb salary and making payment in March. Jan month pay should be paid before 10th Feb.(refer your declared pay day notification)
From India, Bangalore
Dear friend,
In my opinion, the disbursement of salary for the new employee who joined on the January 27th of 2020 depends on the type of your normal wage period. If it is exactly of a regular calendar month, his salary shall be paid along with other employees on or before 5th or 7th of February, 2020 : if it is a month's wage period of 30 days commencing on a certain date in the last week of the current month and ending on a certain date in the last week of the succeeding month so as to maintain the parity of the wage period, the new employee's salary merges with the normal wage period and he can be paid with the others.

From India, Salem
Dear Friend,
From My point if the salary is been paid during the month end (30th or 31st) for all the employees, then in such case it is not required to credit the salary for him on the same month(January). Or if the salary is been credited in the succeeding month on or before 7th, if it possible to avail the individual's salary on completing all the formalities, then the salary can be credited during the month of Feb. If it takes delay in process then the salary can be accumulated and can be paid to the individual during the month of March.
S Youvaneshwaran
Human Resource

From India, Chennai

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