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Laws related to Leaves and Holidays in Industries and Commercial Establishments

(As applicable to Establishments in Delhi, Haryana, UP, Rajasthan Maharashtra, Karnataka, Gujrat, Andhra, Telangana & Tamil Nadu )

On

21st December 2021

11:00 AM to 05.00 PM

By

Mr. VK Sharma

Corporate Trainer & Consultant HR

LLB, MBA-HR, PGD-PM&IR, PG Dip Labour Laws & Labour Welfare, Ph.D - Research Scholar

Introduction:

Every establishment, be it industrial or commercial, has to allow various kinds of leaves to their employees, which broadly include Casual, Sick and Earned Leaves. However, these rules vary from one state to other and there are variations in leave entitlement and eligibility. Additionally, women employees are also allowed to maternity leaves, as per provisions of The Maternity Benefit Act, 1972. The various laws governing leaves & holidays for employees are listed below viz;

1. The Factories Act, 1948

2. The Shops & Commercial Establishments Acts of states

3. The States National & Festival Holidays & Casual & Sick Leaves Act & Rules

4. The Maternity Benefit Act

The Question of leave eligibility and entitlement is mostly not knows with reference to relevant legal provisions enshrined under the above laws. The

Present program intends to update the concerned stakeholders to be aware of the legal provisions of eligibility, entitlement, sanctioning, carry forwarding and powers of an employer to refuse leaves in an Industrial & Commercial Establishments and ensure comprehensive implementation to avoid further hassles in legal processes

Objective:

Understanding the relevant legal provisions under various Acts and Rules governing various kinds of leaves and holidays entitled to an employee

Number of leaves entitled to an employee - Casual, Sick and Privilege Leaves

Understand the detailed provisions for prefixed/ suffixed and intervening holidays and leaves, clubbing of leaves, carry-forward, max accumulation and leave encashment allowed under the Laws

Understanding provisions for Maternity leaves under Maternity Benefit Act

Latest updates on Earned Leave Provisions under the Code on OSH&WC

Disciplinary Action against un-authorisedly absent employee or un-authorisedly extending leaves

Habitual Absenteeism - what constitute habitual and what are the consequences of habitual absenteeism.

Compliance requirements of an employer under various labour and industrial laws in maintaining records, registers, notices and submitting returns.

Who Should Attend:

Corporate HR Heads ( from Commercial and Service Industries)

HR Operations Heads/ Manager HR/ Personnel & Admin Managers

Accounts and Finance personnel

Corporate Compliance Personnel

Labour Law Practitioners and Compliance personnel

HR Executives handling Leave Accounting and Payroll Management

Contents / Synopsis

Key provisions of various Acts & Rules governing Leaves and Holidays in States

Types of Leaves entitled to an employee/ workman and Provisions for eligibility and claim - ( Earned Leave, Casual Leave, Sick Leave )

Rules for Leave Accounting -

      Provision for accounting of Prefix, Suffix and Intervening leaves

      Claubbing of Leaves

      Max accumulation of leaves,

      Carry forward and Lapse provisions,

      Encashment of leaves

Rights of an employee for Leave and powers of a Manager to approve/ dis-approve the leave applied by an employee - Consequences of non-approval.

Staying beyond sanctioned leave and provisions for termination of services of an employee remaining un-authorisedly absent.

Law and procedure for initiating disciplinary against an employee availing unauthorised leaves.

Provisions of Maternity Leaves to a female employee under relevant Laws

Provisions for National & Festival Holidays to employees under relevant Laws.

Compliances - Registers, Returns and Records to be maintained under various Rules for compliance provisions for Leaves and National & Festival Holidays.

Profile of Faculty

Mr. VK Sharma - Corporate Trainer & Consultant HR

LLB, MBA-HR, PGD-PM&IR, PG Dip Labour Laws & Labour Welfare, Ph.D - Research Scholar

Mr VK Sharma having 25 years of professional experience in reputed industries in which he worked at senior positions as HR & IR Heads at Lakshmi Precisions, Talbros Automotive Components, Vikas Group- Faridabad, JBM Group, Havells India Ltd., and Aisin Automotive Haryana Pvt Ltd.

Since last 3 years, has organised 100+ Training Programs on Labour and Employment Laws across India, related to Changes & Updates on Labour Laws, New Labour Codes, Disciplinary Action & Domestic Enquiry, Contract Labour Management and Laws related to Shops and Establishments.

He has been a regular Trainer on various programs including Labour & Industrial Laws, Contract Labour Management, Factories Act, Gender Sensitivity (POSH), Environmental Laws and Interviewing Skills and Personality Development etc.

Besides being a regular trainer, he has been visiting faculty at Jamia Milaia Islamia University and GLA University, Mathura.

Courses time structure:

Session  (11:00 am to 05.00 pm) 45 mins Break Included

Pre-requisites

You should have good internet connection and good quality headphone/speaker set with Laptop / Desktop.

You should have notepad/pen to note down important points.

How To Register

Fees: Per Person

Rs. 4500/-

USD 90

18% GST is applicable

Mode of Payment:- NEFT /Paytm / Credit Card/ GPAY

Payment should be made before the session.

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