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Plz tell new joinee weekly off provision. He will joined on Thursday. Sunday is weekly off. (Ex DOJ :05.03.2020 Weekly off 07.03.2020). Is he eligible for Weekly off because he worked 3 days only.
From India, Puducherry
Do you work on all the days without observing a common weekly off day for all the employees? If yes, you can give the new joinee his first weekly off after 6 days of his joining. In case you have a common weekly off, say Sunday, then what is that he will do in your company alone without others? Think practically, you will get answer for your question. When all are observing weekly off on Sunday, let him also have the first off on Sunday itself. If you are so mean that you do not want an employee to enjoy a day of rest before he completes 6 days work, then think of fixing Monday as a common joining day so that all the new joinees will work for 6 days before they get a weekly off. Since this person has already joined and 'enjoyed' a weekly off without completing or working for 6 days, you can compensate it when he leaves your company by asking him to work till Saturday and putting the last working as Saturday and not paying for that weekly off!!
From India, Kannur
He should get the weekly off as this complex situation have not been created at your end only you do the new joinings in a planned way so there is no fault of the new joinee and if you do not give him the weekly off what impression he will carry for your organisation.
From India, Delhi
Whats wrong if a new joinee gets off and be regularised with normal working patern. This also calls for better recruitment and induction policies of company.
From India, Vadodara
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