savita jha Started The Discussion:
Dear all Can any one help me in calculating the earn leave. and also advise me what is the provision for the same. Thanks Savita
Posted 21st July 2008 From India , New Delhi

I thought the calculation is ;
See the example;

if 3 year empl. contract.

joining date - 07/10/2005
Last working day - 07/10/2008

Calculation : Total No. of Days x Per month days / Per year days
i.e. 1096 days x 30 / 365

Leave Availed - 90 days

Leave salary will calculate : 90 days x Current per day salary
(last month drawn slary basis including all allowance)

Current Salary / Per month days
i.e. Current salary will be AED.5000/- (including allowance all)

AED.5,000.00 / 30 days = 166.66 per month provision

Dear all, the above any mistake or wrong calculation, please let me know the correct calculation.

Posted 24th July 2008 From United Arab Emirates , Dubai
Mr.R.S.Nair well Annual leave with wages sec 79 factories act says that one day leave with wages to be given for every 20 days of work could u tell me which is correct. cm
Posted 26th July 2008 From India , Coimbatore

Normally the annual leave and wages calculated as per labour law;
Annual leave : Per year 21 day
And Lsalary : Per year 30 days wages

I donít know, if any difference between factory act and labour law.
Posted 27th July 2008 From United Arab Emirates , Dubai
EL Days calculation
As per Factories Act
one Day EL will be accumulated for every 20 days physical worked days(Minimum attendance is 240 Days)

As per Shops & Eastalishment Act.
15 days EL will be accumulated to employees Leave account(Minimum attendance is 240 Days)

EL will be paid by Basic + DA
One Day wage will be calculated as under
Monthly salary / 26 Days
Posted 28th July 2008 From India , Pune
Hi Savitha,

As per the Shops & Establishment Act on completion of 1 year of service from the date of joining an employee is entitled for min 15 days earned leave. However on completion of 240 days of physical service proportionate number of days of leave can be availed by the individual. The accumulation of earned leave is permitted to the extent of 60days thereafter the leave gets lapsed or paid as per the policy of the organisation.

The calculation is given below:

If the leave accumulated is 60 days and the gross salary is 10000. Then EL = 10000 /30*60

I hope this is clear

Kavitha Jagathkar

Posted 29th July 2008 From India , Hyderabad
I think kavitha has given good explanation for EL . This applicable for all major private sectors in india . Thanks a lot kavita
Posted 31st July 2008 From India , Hyderabad
Hi All, Anybody Knows How To Calculate The Maternity Leave Encashment? Whats`s The Formula?
Posted 31st July 2008 From India , Delhi
here how to calculation of earned leaves =

every 24 days eligible for 1 day el

so 24*15= 360 days. ( average month 30 days * 12 months)

suppose one year completing means 15 els eligible. in case after one year employee resign means

i.e = gross salary = 5000
calculation of el's amount = 5000/30
= 167
no. of el's = 167* 15 (one year el's)
= 2505 * 85%
= 2129.
Posted 1st August 2008 From India , Bhilai

As per factories act for every physical 20 working days one day leave eligible, this leave can be accumulated to maximum of 30 days (ie upto two years) more than that will be lapsed or encashed it depends up on the company policy.

Encashment of leave is only on Basic & D.A as per Act, if organisation willing to encash on whole salary including allowances then it is fine (up to the policy of company)

So if a person works throught out the year without absent then he will earn 15 or 16 days leave maximum.

Encashment :

One day salary of employee in shoe induster is as follows

Basic: 70.00 Rs
D.A : 18.56 Rs
Allow: 6.50 Rs

Total : 95.06 Rs

One day leave encashment is 88.56 (Basic & D.A only)

For this no need to deduct PF & ESI contribution

There is a conflict whether to deduct PF contribution or not. but as per madurai High Court order - No need to deduct PF contribution


Posted 5th August 2008 From India , Madras


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