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I need your support & guidance in solving one of the issue in our organisation.
There is an employee who was on leave for a week i.e. 18/06/2012 to 24/06/2012. He joined the office from monday i.e. 25/06/2012. So should i pay him for sunday i.e. 24/06/2012.
Please help me out.

From India, Thana
hi, prachi, good morning Please state about the employee is it paid leaves (EL CL Adjustment ) or not. if not then no need to pay him for sunday. have a nice day... shish pal saini
From India, Delhi
Hello Shish pal Saini
We dont have any paid leaves like EL & CL. Are leaves are paid at the end of calender year i.e in jan that too 1 leave against 20 days.
So should in not pay him for sunday.
With regards

From India, Thana
to my knowledge you need to look into following
1) what is the policy of the company for leave salary
2) If annually you are having 20 days leave and if he has taken leave for 7 days to be deducted from that 20 days than he is eligible for salary for Sunday
3) If he is paid for no. of days worked exluding sundays than his salary will not be payable for sunday
4) if the policy of the company is that any National holiday/public holiday/Weekly off is in between the leave period and same will be counted as leave day than total leave days including such holiday will be deducted from his leave days

From India, Bhubaneswar
Dear Friend,
Its depend on your company leaves policy generally organisation are allow 2 days leave in a month so that you need to left the first 2 days as casual leave and remaining 5 days leave should be paid leave for that u need to calcuate the salary as below
Ex: 10000 for a month and the days are in month is 31
you need to pay for only 26 days only.

From India , Hyderabad
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