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Salary Deduction Rules
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Chrm Message From: tara Total Posts: 49 Join Date: 25/12/2006
Rank: Executive Post Date: 12/05/2008 08:47:39 Points: 245 Location: United States

Hello HR Fraternity,

This is having your opinion on Salary Deduction Rules. Our company (IT Sector) does not provide any leave during probation period (for 6 months). I have joined this company on 30 August 2007 as an HR Manager and did not get the salary for (30th and 31st Aug 07).

Now, I had taken 2 leaves in the month of December and my salary has been deducted.” Our director is a one decides on this.

What should I do? Shall I bring it to Management’s notice? Or should I ignore this?

Kindly help in sharing your views on this.

Thanks in advance


Chrm Message From: masterhr Total Posts: 32 Join Date: 25/12/2006  
Rank: Executive Post Date: 12/05/2008 08:48:58 Points: 160 Location: United States

Dear tara,

With respect to your joining on 30th August 2007, if your appointment letter shows the same as your date of joining, then your company has to pay your for 30th and 31st of August 2007.

Policies differ from company to company. For eg. our company credits Casual and Sick leave to probationers but not Priviledge leave till the employee completes one year. Now in your case if the policy of the company is not to award leaves to probationers, the deduction of 2 days taken as Leave in December 2007 is justified. However, if you want to bring in any change in the existing policy then you can put forth the same to the management.

Hoped to have solved your queries.

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