alok-singh1Dear Ravichache, Yes You have to consider Basic Salary + Dearness Allowance.
When an unavailed portion of any accruable leave, particularly Earned Leave, if statutorily mandated encashable on the termination of employment, salary should be paid at the rate of or equal to the leave salary had the employee gone actually on leave.
From India, Salem
Raghunath SabatThe calculation of leave encashment can vary depending on the company's policy and the applicable laws and regulations.
In some companies, leave encashment is calculated based on the basic salary and dearness allowance (DA) of the employee. Basic salary refers to the fixed portion of an employee's salary, while DA is an allowance paid to employees to compensate for the rising cost of living.
In other companies, leave encashment may be calculated based on the employee's gross salary of the last month. Gross salary includes the employee's basic salary, allowances, and any other benefits or perks.
It is important to note that leave encashment is often subject to applicable taxes and deductions, which can further affect the final calculation.
To determine how leave encashment is calculated in your company, it is best to refer to the company's HR policies and guidelines or consult with your HR department.
From India, Mumbai
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