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Greeting to All, Respected member my query is that The CL, SL & EL (Types of leave) where it comes from? What the act and what the rule of leaves to give employees?
From India


It depends on the Industry.

If the Establishment is covered under Shops and Establishment Act then the Employer need to follow the Shops and Establishment Act for providing leaves. If it is manufacturing sector then Employer need to follow Factories Act for providing leaves to employees.

So please go through the respective Act to gain more knowledge about statutory leaves.

From India, Madras

As far as public service concerned, grant of EL and SL is governed by statutory provisions enacted under Article 309 of the Constitution or the Rules notified under proviso to the said Article. There are hardly any such enactment; the prevailing norms are governed by Rules notified. These Rules are statutory.

In public service CL is considered to be duty period. As such, there are no statutory rules in vogue.

From India, Kochi

Where else, relevant applicable acts/rules/standing orders are the enactments which provide for administration of leave in work places/offices/industries/shops etc. Many establishments are armed with Standing Orders, wherever applicable are also concurrently provide for guidelines as to how leave entitlements, availment etc to be administered. With advent of various Codes in India many Acts such as the Factories Act, Mines Act, Inter-state Migrant Workers Act, CLRAct get amalgamated in "Code on Occupational Safety, Health & Working Conditions" and " Industrial Relations Code" which also shall be referred. However states' Shops & Establishments Acts remains.
From India, Bangalore
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