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Yamini911
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Dear Reader,
A company I have recently started working for, where I am the only HR representative, grants no leaves whatsoever to the employees.
There are no sick leaves, no casual leaves, no annual leaves.. . . The management explains that until recently they had 6days working at the office. Now they have made 2 Saturdays off, thus giving the employees 2 days off per month. . .
Thus the new rule is, \"you don\'t come for work, you don\'t get paid\".
The employees have accepted this. The problem is that now no one informs the management before taking a leave, they just say, \"if I don\'t come to the office, deduct my day\'s pay\". . .
Now the management wants to deduct 2 days pay for everyday taken by the employee if not informed in advance. . .
My question is How illegal is all this?
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Dear Yamini
it is illegal practice your company is following.No company can do so ,i feel where you are worrking is not a company at all.
it is a one man show of owner and he donot have professionals in his company.
if you are giving two saturdays off does not mean you will not follow law of the land.indutries are working in five days in a week
still they are giving leave as per shop and establishment act.
your empoyees are adopting correct practice because you are illegaly curtailing their rights.you can not deduct two days salary for one day absence.it will be against payment of wages act.if someone will complaint against this company
with labour authorities, your owner will come in problem
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