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30/11/2011 14:31:58
Re: How to defined Sick leave is completed 2 years ++

Hi, Siew
Good day.
My company practise to cut off sick leave by every year end ( 01.06.2010 to 31.12.2010 - 1 year - 8 days of sick leave, 01.01.2011 to 31.12.2011 - 14 days of sick leave ).
If an employee join to company on 01.06.2010, and she is entitled for 14 days. When come to 2012, HR need to announce the new sick leave and base on her joined date, she just work for 1 year 7 months as at year 2012 but will completed 2 years or more than 2 years if she continue to work till year end. How HR should calculate her sick leave. Should announce 18 days? or 14 days?
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30/11/2011 17:10:56
Sick leave are not prorated nor give as your mention.
an employee joined the company 2 days and fall sick for 7 days... the company should pay him/her with full salary.

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KL Siew
30/11/2011 21:24:33
Sick leave is based on calendar year. As such, in 2010, you will get 14 days, 2011, you also get 14 days. By year 2012, I think you should get 18 days. Some may want to split hair by saying for Jan to May 2012, you get (14/12) x 5 and from June to Dec, you get (18/12) x 7 or about 16.5 days.
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Aries Sim
02/12/2011 12:08:05
Thanks for your info. Means that the sick leave is giving just according to the year irrespective of the month.

Tommy, thanks for your reply.

Typo error of 01.06.2010 to 31.12.2010 - 1 year - 8(14) days of sick leave, 01.01.2011 to 31.12.2011 - 14 days of sick leave ).
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