I want to ask a question if the employee joining date is 1st date of the month, he doing their duty only was 4 days, after they continue absent on duty, after a month he comes again, then he's 4 days salary will be paid or not paid to the employee?
From India, Rohtak
Hr Manager
Assistant Manager - Hr
Hr Executive
Assistant Manager-hr
Labour Law Advisor And Legal Consultant
Delivery Manager - Recruitment

Use factoHR and automate your HR processes

Mobile-first hire to retire HR and Payroll software that automates all HR operations and works as a catalysts for your organisational growth.


Even if an employee work only for one day in a month, he is entitled to receive the day,s salary
From India, Aizawl

If employee not reported with out any information then followed by the condition of his employment letter to terminate the employee with the recovery of notice period. Post F&F, if any balance to be pay then it should release accordingly.
From India, Chennai
If the employee has signed an employment contract with the corporate unit, the terms of the contract are applicable word wipe
From Vietnam, Hanoi

Any employee worked for a single day, you have to pay salary to him but job terms & condition will decide that whether he get something or pay as per final settlement. Line if he is a trainee or probationer, he will get salary of 4 days of his work but if he is a regular employee he will paid or recovered amount as per his final settlement.
From India, Gurgaon
As per company policy & as mentioned in his or her appointment letter company has to release his payments whatever are pending as per working days.
From India, Delhi
mamta kumari

If he is absent continuously three days without any intimidation then he should be terminated. please make HR policy very clear so that people can understand and follow.
From India, Mumbai
Parul Sain
Yes, he is entitled for the salary of 4 days.
From India, Delhi
Raj Teetwal
Yes He will be eligible for the paid of 4 days, still that would be depend on your terms and conditions as per given on appointment letter.
From India, Ghaziabad
Good Morning Ms Mamta, Any HR Policy shall be within framework of law, which should be governed by Certified Standing Orders. We cannot terminate the employee for the sake of 3 days' absence.
From India, Vijayawada

If you are knowledgeable about any fact, resource or experience related to this topic - please add your views.

About Us Advertise Contact Us Testimonials
Privacy Policy Disclaimer Terms Of Service

All rights reserved @ 2022 CiteHRŽ

All Material Copyright And Trademarks Posted Held By Respective Owners.
Panel Selection For Threads Are Automated - Members Notified Via CiteMailer Server