Last Updated on August 4, 2019 by Galaxy World
I shall explain in this post the detail of Combination of Casual Leave with Holidays. There is confusion in this regard among the employees. Let’s discuss this topic:
Combination of Casual Leave with Holidays
To remove the doubts about this leave combination with holidays the following has been decided:
- Casual Leave may be prefixed or suffixed to a closed or optional holiday
Explanation: An employee can get casual leave before closed/ optional holidays or he can get casual leave after closed/optional holidays. If he gets leave before and also after closed or optional holiday, closed or optional holiday will be counted as his/her leave.
|Friday||Saturday||Sunday||Monday||Total Leaves Counted|
|Leave Applied by Employee||Closed Holiday||Closed Holiday||Leave Applied by Employee||4
|Friday||Saturday||Sunday||Total Leaves Counted|
|Leave Applied by Employee||Closed Holiday||Closed Holiday||1
- Casual Leave may be sandwiched in between two closed or optional holidays.
If an employee gets leave between two closed or optional holidays then there will be no count (will not be deducted) of optional or closed holidays and only the leave he applied will be deducted from his leave credit.
|Saturday||Sunday||Monday||Tuesday||Wednesday||Thursday||Friday||Saturday||Sunday||Total Leaves Counted|
|Closed Holiday||Closed Holiday||Leave Applied by Employee||Leave Applied by Employee||Leave Applied by Employee||Leave Applied by Employee||Leave Applied by Employee||Closed Holiday||Closed Holiday||5|
- However if a closed or an optional holiday falls between two days of casual leave, it should also be counted as a casual leave.
It has been explained above that if an employee gets leave before and also after holidays, then holidays will be counted as casual leave and will be deducted from leave credit.