premavijaybabu
2

Dear All, We have taken 5 apprentices in the year 2021. In that 2 apprentices could continue due to personal reasons, in this case, can i add them in the attrition report? Can we add apprentices entry & exit in the attrition report?
From India, Mumbai
KK!HR
1531

In the case of apprentices as per the Apprentice Act 1961, the appointment is for a period of apprenticeship as specified in the agreement. The entry and exit need not be merged alongwith regular employees but you may mention them separately. If they are not Act Apprentice then it has to be mentioned in the entry and exit of regular manpower.
Extending the period of apprenticeship beyond the period of agreement has legal consequence once it crosses 240 days service.

From India, Mumbai
Dinesh Divekar
7863

Dear Prema,

This is in addition to what senior member KK!HR has said. Just a few more points to bring clarity.

The calculation of employee attrition and preparation of entry/exit reports are two separate things. These need not be mixed together. The former is for the employees on the rolls only. As the Apprentices or Industrial Trainees are not regular employees, their inclusion in the calculation of the employee attrition is not required.

As far as monthly reports are concerned, the HR department can very well make the break-up on exit and entry for:

a) Regular employees
b) Contract employees
c) Apprentices
d) Industrial trainees
e) Consultants or Advisers

Thanks,

Dinesh Divekar

From India, Bangalore
premavijaybabu
2

Thank u so much for your reply. these apprentices are from the govt portal and we take under non - naps as we don’t get any stipend from the govt. Their contract is always for a year.
From India, Mumbai
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