Hi All,
Can someone inform me how many number of mandatory leaves are to be given to employees working under Karnataka Shops & Establishment act.
Kindly inform about PL, CL and Medical Leaves.
Thanks
Arpita

From India, Bangalore
Hi Arpitha/Parthasarathy Find the enclosed Karnataka Shops & Commercial Establishments ACT PDF. Hope this will be helpful & solve your queries Jeeva 9343753361
From India, Bangalore

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Dear Jeeva, Thanks for the wonderful post and this give us the clear picture to understand the act and go accordingly.Thank you so much once again for such a wonderful post. Regards Deepak S
From India, Bangalore
Dear Gauli.Nitin, Form "U" is the combined Annual Return, under S&CE Act. The same shall serve the purpose of Contact Labour Act, Payment of Wages Act, Minimum Wages Act & Maternity Benefit Act.
From India, Delhi
Dear Others,
Your question regarding leave can be answered as follows:
Leave with wages in S&CE Act is, where an employee is eligible for 1 Leave with wages after every 20 working days in case of adult, 1 day every 15 days in case of young person. For more information refer: S&CE Act-Chapter IV.
Regards,
Sarfaraz

From India, Delhi
Hi Arpita
As per act an employee will be eligible for following leaves
Earned / paid Leave - 1 day leave for every 20 working days, which will be credited to leave account in next calendar year. Leave calculation period will be calendar year.
Casual Leave - 12 days leave per annum
Both the leaves are calculated on pro-rata basis.
Hope this helps.. If you find I am wrong please update
Thanks
Gayathri

From India, Bangalore
Does the act provide for encashment of the leaves, Privilege (1 per 20 days of service), and Sick (12 days in 12 months?)
From India, Vapi
I want to about that how many leave per annum
From India, Bengaluru

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