punitsatna
7

Dear senior, Please find the attachment I have one doubt please - about the attendance system in the Hotel Industry attendance.

some hotels give off as per working days for example
if any employee worked
for 6 days they will be given one day off
for 12 days 2 off
for 18 days 3 off
for 24 days 4 off
for 26 days 5 off (if 5 off in month as per days fix )

Generally, the attendance system is different and can be disputed, please find attached file for my query on what should be attendance & how much off can be given to employees as per attachment attendance, kindly clear the attendance system for the hotel industry.
if you fix off so sometimes we have to give 5 days off (as per the days off in the system ) in 20 days attendance how to tackle this problem?
kindly clear my doubt if you understand my problem.

From India, Indore

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Nanu1953
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KK!HR
1401

You need to understand one thing clearly an employee has to work for six continuous days in a week to get a paid off day, otherwise it will not be paid. In your worksheet, the employee continuously works for six days only in the week starting from 16th of the month. For the rest of the weeks, the employee has not fulfilled the criteria.
From India, Mumbai
nanu1953
296

There is no relation between actual no. of days present vs day off. In a week after 6 days one day off is standard as per laws. In 6 days employee may be all days LWP or 2 / 3 days LWP, but it has no relationship with day off.

S K Bandyopadhyay ( WB, Howrah)
CEO-USD HR Solutions
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From India, New Delhi
punitsatna
7

you mean six days continuously working only, he will get off ?
From India, Indore
priyanka-mishra1
Hi,

As per attached sheet , you were having fixed week off on each Monday and that particular month consists of 5 Monday's....and week off is different to number of days we were present to work or numbers of takes we were not present to work .
According to law and standard rule, there should be 6/7 working days ,wherein LP/LWP can't be relate to our weekly offs or fixed offs

From India, Chennai
punitsatna
7

Mam finally what would be attendance & how many off will be added as per attachment.
From India, Indore
nanu1953
296

As per attached attendance, if the employee is a daily rated employee and paid only for present days will be eligible for 20 days wages with 5 days Off. If the employee is monthly rated employee he will be eligible for (31- 6 LWP = 25 days salary ) and 5 days Off.

S K Bandyopadhyay ( WB, Howrah)
CEO-USD HR Solutions
+91 98310 81531

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From India, New Delhi
JAWAHAR LAL MOONDRA
32

Weekly off is a statutory requirement for all persons not working on daily rated wages. The organisation has to keep the work force happy at all times for retained them in the organisation for longer period. The calculation system should be understandable, simple in calculation and to the satisfaction of both employee (recipient of salary/wages) and employer (payer of Salary).

We are a hotelier and had faced the same issue in the early years of operation. Therefore we devised a method as under -

IF LWP - Leave with Wages

No of Days in a month Say - 31
No of Sundays - 5
No of Working Days - 26
No of Days worked - 20
No of LWP (Leave with Wages) - 6

Say monthly salary is Rs. 26,000/- per month
Per working day salary = 26,000 / 26 = 1,000

Then employee shall be paid (20+6) X 1,000 = 26,000/-

IF LWP - Leave without Wages

No of Days in a month Say - 31
No of Sundays - 5
No of Working Days - 26
No of Days worked - 20
No of LWP (Leave with Wages) - 6

Say monthly salary is Rs. 26,000/- per month
Per working day salary = 26,000 / 26 = 1,000

Then employee shall be paid (20+0) X 1,000 = 20,000/-

This method covers proportionate weekly off for the number of days worked irrespective of continuous or intermittent working and both employer and employee are happy as the system is understandable by both and the calculation part is very easy.

Jawaharlal Moondra
9829 028 028

From India, Jodhpur

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