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hr1.elastomer@gmail.com
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Hello Seniors,

Our factory situated in Maharashtra and we have weekly of on Friday.
One question is in mind that one of our employee applied for 2 days CL for Thursday and Saturday. Can we allowed his CL as intervening day is weekly off i.e. Friday. What I have to do in this case.

In another case, one of our employee applied for 8 days PL. During this period, one weekly off and one paid holiday is intervening. So in this case I have to give 8 days PL at a stretch or give like this PL, PL, Woff, PL, PL, Paid Holiday, PL & PL.

Pls guide me and advice on the above querry.

From India, Thane
jeevarathnam
636

Do you have any leave policy covering the intervening holidays? If so you need to follow the same.

As per the Act intervening holidays shall be considered, if employee obtains leave in Thursday & Saturday then 3 days shall be considered.
PL is the benefit that employee can obtain anytime & how can the PL intervene for leave? Question is not clear. For details you can reach me

From India, Bangalore
Agarwal BD
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The standard norm for any leave is that any paid holiday/ weekly off falling within the leave period is also considered as leave, unless there is anything specifically mentioned to the contrary in the leave rules of the organization. For example if a person has taken PL from a Friday to Thursday, the weekly off is on Sunday and there is a paid holiday on Tuesday, then it will be considered as 7 days PL and both weekly off and holiday will be considered as PL. Similarly for CL, in the query given above 3 days CL will be considered. You can either prefix or suffix your leave with the holiday/ off day, but not both.
From India, Kolkata
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