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Harmeet S
does leave to be considered present, partially present, or fully present once an employee is reinstated after suspension period
From India, Ghaziabad
Madhu.T.K
4208

The days of absence from work should be considered as days worked once the employee has been reinstated. That means the days should be considered as fully present and not partially present. The salary during the period should be paid in full with allowances after deducting the subsistence allowance already paid during the period of suspension.
From India, Kannur
pvenu1953@gmail.com
125

Any suggestion depends upon law under which your service/employed and the ground for placing you under suspension. Please post complete facts.
From India, Kochi
KK!HR
1531

In certain Standing Orders it is provided that if the suspension results in any punishment (even if it a minor one like Censure), then the employee is not entitled to any benefit except the subsistence allowance already paid.In other words, if the employee is honourably acquitted of the charges then the employee is to be treated as on duty for the suspension period and consequently entitled to the remaining salary and consequential benefits like increment, leave, bonus, incentives, promotion, protection of seniority and other service benefits for the period of suspension. The employee is to be treated as on duty and is entitled to all consequent benefits.
In this case it is not clear whether the employee was held guilty and punished or not. Also the applicable rules in this regard have to be seen.

From India, Mumbai
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