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Keerthana Chandrasekar
Dear Members,

Since we have continuous festival holidays, I need clarification for October-3rd 2022.

We are on week-off on 1st, 2nd is public holiday and 3rd is a working day followed by 4th and 5th pooja holidays.

Does employees who take leave on 3rd October fall for a sandwich policy which should be counted as 5 days (starting from 1st till 5th)?

Thank you.

Best regards
Keerthana Chandrasekar

From Germany, Georgsmarienhuette
vmlakshminarayanan
919

Hi, If the employee is on leave from 30.9.22 to 6.10.22 then in between holidays has to considered as leave
From India, Madras
deepali-singh-chauhan
For 31 days a month, the employee went on leave in between from Monday to Saturday for continuous 6 days and rejoined on the next Monday. There are 5 Sundays in that month, then how we will pay for Sunday? Total working days are 20 in that month. should the total paid days will be 20 working days + 4 Sundays = 24 paid days or 20 working days and 5 Sundays = 25 paid days?
From India, Noida
The Mother
13

Hi, it depends upon the leave policy of the organisation . If casual leave is taken on 3rd and report for duty on the next working day, then 3rd alone will be considered as leave.

N.LOKANDHA BABU
Sr.Manager-HR

From India, Guntur
saswatabanerjee
2383

Under the current regulations, you can not mark the employee on leave for 5 days.
Sandwich rule applies to leaves taken BOTH BEFORE AND AFTER a public holiday or rest day.

In this case, he has not taken leave before and after the leave day, so you can not deduct salary for those days.
This is probably in the model standing orders or your certified standing orders

From India, Mumbai
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