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    Do I get leave pay If I chose to go on leave instead of serving the notice period?

    I am resigning from my job because I got a better offer. Our company requires one month notice period on either side. I still have about 3 weeks of leave due to me, this means that I can leave in a weeks time. Now my question is will I be entitled to leave pay if I leave now?

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    abhijeet2015 Array
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    Re: Do I get leave pay If I chose to go on leave instead of serving the notice period?

    Hi...........,

    No you may not be given leave pay by company if you resign the job.
    * Company pays or facilitates you just because you should be a satisfies customer.
    * If you leave the job your all due facilities can be over written .
    * So if you want to avail leave pay you need to stick here to company.
    * After your all dues are cleared then you may leave the job.
    * You new company may even not provide this as you become a freshor.

    Thanks

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    Re: Do I get leave pay If I chose to go on leave instead of serving the notice period?
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    Hi,

    No my friend,you'll not be paid for the leaves.
    This is because these leaves will now be counted as the notice period.
    Hence you can't expect to get a salary for this.
    But you must check out the terms and guidelines of the organization once.
    If there is some clause,then you might even get some salary.
    So I will suggest you to go to the office and then discuss this issue with your manager.

    Bye!


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    Re: Do I get leave pay If I chose to go on leave instead of serving the notice period?

    Hello !!!

    yes, you are entitled for the laave pay.
    as your company require 1 month of notice and since you have 3 weeks of leave and remaining 1 week for work.
    so it is better for you to apply as soon as possible.
    because company dont know whether you are entitled for the leave or not.
    they know one thing that you should give them notice before 1 month means exact 1 month.

    so go and give them notice.
    and dont worry you will be paid for your leave.
    hope i am clear to you.

    thanks for posting in ealp
    pushp ranjan singh

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    Re: Do I get leave pay If I chose to go on leave instead of serving the notice period?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I am resigning from my job because I got a better offer. Our company requires one month notice period on either side. I still have about 3 weeks of leave due to me, this means that I can leave in a weeks time. Now my question is will I be entitled to leave pay if I leave now?
    Dear Aspirant,

    Congratulations for getting good job.Of course you are having about 3 weeks of leave in your credit.The question of availing the whole leave at the time of resignation depends upon the type of leave that you are having it in your credit.If it is earn leave or privilage leave,you can avail it.But it depends upon your present relation between you & your company management.If the relation is good,you can be allowed to avail it,for that first you should contact the manager HR & get orally agreed & then you can apply for leave.But generally the out going employees are not given much importance.
    So see your position & proceed.If you are not allowed to take leave,you should give the notice period or remit one month salary & can resign.If there is a policy of encashment of privilage leave,you can apply for that also.Contact the manager HR & get all these things cleared.

    Thanks & good luck.

    Ashok

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