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Hi This is shalini. I want to know how many leaves can a person avail while leaving an organisation (during Notice period). Wheather any regulations are there regading the leaves.
5th November 2008 From India , Mumbai
Dear Mr. manu, Are you sure that,employees can also avail EL/PL during notice period. i’ll be thankfull for your suggestions. Warm Regards Hr Bhaiya
6th November 2008 From India , Bangalore
Dear Shalini,
There are regulations for availing leaves during Notice Period.As per the Terms and conditions of employement a resigned employee has to attend all the working days.If he/she avails any leave, there will be a shortage in the Notice period. The other option to full fill the notice period is to surrender the leaves if managment permits.
7th November 2008 From India , Bangalore
As such,there is no rule on availing the leaves during the notice period.
It is upon the management whether to grant you the leave or not....
Normally, the management permits the CL/ SL during the notice period.
Some companies have the policy of extending the notice period exactly by no. of days of PL availed by the employee during the notice period.
However, there is no fix policy/ rule on this
Shreedhar Kantharia
8th November 2008 From India , Vadodara
Dear Shalini, Its totally depend on the terms and conditions mention in appointment letter. and also its depend on the leave policy of the company Regds Deepak:)
8th November 2008 From India , Delhi
As per latest judgement reported in Labour Laws Reporter employees can avail leave during notice period. It is not necessary that he must physcially present during the notice period.
ak malhotra
8th November 2008 From India , Guwahati
Hi, We are paid 30 days leave in my company policy rules. Regards Ghanshyam
8th November 2008 From India , Delhi
hai i am a new member, how to add my questions in this forum pls help me. s.suresh
9th November 2008 From India , Bangalore
Dear Shalini,
Firstly, it depends upon the terms and conditions of the appointment.
Secondly, the employee can not claim the leave as a matter his right.
Thirdly, the availment of different kinds of leave by the employee, depends upon the regulations framed by the company. These regulations differ from company to company.
K S Srinivas
10th November 2008 From India , Hyderabad
An employee can take leaves serving the notice period, however those leaves would either be PL's (privilege leaves) if he has PL balance otherwise they will be LWP's (leave without pay).
Notice period is to allow a smooth handover and no hindrance in the continuation of the work and applying the above said policy works as a deterent against any misuse. As then the employee will not be paid for the PL's which are the only leaves that can be encashed.
10th November 2008 From India , Delhi
Shalini ! Don't worry......Take ur leave as u want .. but u must have to attend last day for the official formalities..,Against EL U Can get the basic salary ....use ur Medical leave/casual leave if u want........
10th November 2008 From India , New Delhi
Dear All ,
Notice period is only based on concept that mangament should know who is exiting, and they can manage the work on his absence or can make alternate arrangement.
as concern for leave , candidate can availe due leave (EL/PL) whatsoever balance on his account.
11th November 2008 From India , Mumbai
Dear Sir, I’ll be oblidge if you can confirm me the subscription date (issue month) Regds Deepak
11th November 2008 From India , Delhi
there is no limit for taking leave on notice period.
but there is a problem while transfering of ESI & PF to the new concern regarding join and releave date
HR Executive
Shakthi Knitting ltd
14th November 2008 From India , New Delhi
This depends on your company's policies on leave. Normally the policy contains a clause stating that the employee shall not avail any leave (especially privilege or earned leave) on resignation. This is with a view for smooth handing over of the work handled by him prior to his leaving the company.
14th November 2008 From India , Bangalore
14th November 2008 From India , Madras
During Notice Period No Leave Is Permissible And One Has To Serve The Period Of Notice As Per Terms Of Employment Depending Upon The Status Ie Probationer Or Regular Employee.
17th November 2008 From India , Mumbai
Hi, I am Asim from Pakistan and working in a bank. As per my understanding the leaves during the normal service cannot be availed at the sole descretion of the employee. It requires employers approval. The benefits like outstanding leaves collapse immediately upon tendering notice of resignation from service on following grounds (Suppose one months notice is tendered and same no of leaves are available on employees account):
1) Notice is served to enable the employer to arrange for appropriate substitution for the post. If the employee proceeds on leave the purpose of notice period spoils.
2) If the employee proceeds on leave, he (most probably) may join another job thus working on the strength of two employers at a time which is certainly againt law of land.
However the court's deceision must be respected. I doubt that Labor Court's decesion would have come under different circustances and conditions.
19th November 2008 From Pakistan , Lahore
Dear Mr. Malhotra,
Thanks for your suggestion, can your refer us the date & details of the Judgement on this issue, or where (any website) we can found the details of this judgement, so have some proofs of the same.
Thanks & Regards
Dear Mr. Malhotra
Please provide us the details (date & where we found it) of the Judgement on this issue.
19th November 2008 From India , Delhi
Shalini tell at what lavel you r ? With Regards Puneet Bhasin 9990686878
24th November 2008 From India , Delhi
Hi All,
I am little bit confuse about the notice period. Currently i am on notice period and I had taken a leave during 1 month notice period. But my lead says that if u have to take a leave in the notice period then your notice period will be refresh start. I want to relieving on time and i can pay 1 day fine amount if needed.
So basically, I just want to know is there any Law regarding the notice period which will be helpful for my situation.
19th June 2010 From India , Moradabad
notice period and entitlements(leave and other) is a matter between employee and employer and prevailing rules and regulations and also the terms mutually agreed upon at the time of appointment.There are no fixed guidelines for this.
22nd November 2013 From United Kingdom, Ware
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