Employees are entitled for the weekly holiday e.g. Sunday. suppose if company ask employee to come on Sunday. my Que is:
1. he will get normal rate of wages or that particular day will be add in his overtime?
2.he will be entitled to take compensatory holiday?
3. time period to take benefit his/her compensatory holiday? is it continue or lapse?
4. if employee is permanent, can he take his CL-SL which is 7-7, in advance?
5. if any month started from Sunday & at the next day there is a holiday, on Tuesday if any employee was absent, he will entitled to take leave for those 2 days or added in his/her holiday+wages, or if there is a way to go to the previous month last day which is Saturday which may can help to decide if he came on Saturday or not?

From India , Delhi


Compesatory off's differ from company to company, I will suggest that you should check employee handbook i.e. what are the rules laid out there. What we practice in our organization is :

For grade 5 and 4 we consider it as overtime and they payment of wage of that day will be as overtime i.e. 1.5 times the normal. If the employees is in grade 3 and above he / she will be provided with compensatory leave. Which he is entitled to take within a month from the holiday on which he / she worked. No employee can take CL / SL in advance as funda of leave is that you have to earn it. According to leave law of India every employee is entitled on 1 leave after every 20 days of work ( including sundays and gazetted holidays). It is the minimum criteria. So employee have to earn that leave and can't take it in advance. Also you can't give them advance leaves because accounts people wont allow it so. And your last query, only one day leave will be considered i.e. of tuesday as per your example. But if he is on last working day i.e. sat or fri whatever it may be then sunday and monday will also be considered as leave and will be deducted from his/her leave balance.

Hope i am able to solve your quires.


Kumar Sivesh

From India , New Delhi

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