Hello,
I just have a query the comp off rule should be applicable for Sundays and Public holiday's only or should Saturday can also be included?
Giving Saturday comp off is a bit difficult for us there are people in our company who regularly work on Saturday and there are people who have regular off on Saturdays. so should there be two different policies or otherwise?
Please help out

From India, Mumbai
Anonymous
h iii my question are c off it is paid or only leave, one employee are come at Sunday in office so next day he is c off applicable but my question is it is pad or not.
From India, Nagpur
Compensatory off is a An employee will be entitled for comp off when they will work on holiday or on weekends.
for more plz visit my blog https://hrone.cloud/compensatory-off/

From India, Noida
Hi,
I am working as HR Generalist, our employees had work (WFH due to Lockdown situation - COVID-19) on public holidays i.e. 2nd April & 9th April (Ram Navmi and Good Friday) as they wanted to bank their holidays and take off in lieu of those days.
It would be great if you can revert for the following queries:
- Is there any specific policy for this?
- How can we track in Attendance records?
- time period of taking a day off?
- can employees altogether take a day off nearby any Festival, say Diwali or Christmas?
Thanks

From Canada, Vancouver
Hello Readers,
Comp Off is something additional employee earns due to working additional hours than defined working hours.
Checkout the rule of comp off: https://hrone.cloud/compensatory-off/

From India, Noida
Anonymous
Is comp off treated as present
From India, Suri
KK!HR
1031

Comp off means the employee is notionally present, entitled to the benefits of being present.
From India, Mumbai

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