ritika-sachdeva
I have a query: Is Sunday or Holiday is counted/calculated if its fall in middle of CL or EL/SL? For example: A. I take SL on Saturday and Monday: Sunday will be counted as SL or not?
From India, New Delhi
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Umakanthan53
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Rkn61
Hr Manager
Sumitk.saxena
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umakanthan53
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Dear Ritika,
Any Holiday/weekly off falling in between two days/spells of lapsable leave like C.L or S.L should be permitted as such only and not counted as leave subject to the condition that the total no of days of such leave of absence does not exceed the limit prescribed in the leave policy of the organization. In case of EL, such days of holiday can be prefixed or suffixed to the entire spell of EL and the intervening holidays shall be treated as EL only.

From India, Salem
sumitk.saxena
251

CL or EL/SL are counted/calculated on working days excluding Holidays-Week off’s . Thamks amd Regards, From, Sumit Kumar Saxena
From India, Ghaziabad
rkn61
559

For Casual Leave and/or Earned/ Privilege Leave, intervening Weekly-off/Sunday shall be counted as CL or EL/PL as applicable.
However, as per practice seen in some companies that in the case of Sick Leave (SL), intervening
weekly-off/Sunday shall not be treated as SL but treated as Sunday or Weekly-off only.

From India, Aizawl
PRABHAT RANJAN MOHANTY
530

The Holiday/weekly off falling in between two days does not count on. But leave like C.L or S.L counted along with, if intervened holidays.
In view of administering the leave every establishment adopts own leave policy in absence of standing orders.
Therefore, your question to be dealt as per the rules of your establishment. The employee earns his leave to enjoy in next calendar year to meet his personal requirements and leisure. So there should be scope by which the holiday can be prefixed or suffixed to avoid misconception or devoid the employee from his right.

From India, Mumbai

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