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Abnormal medical leave of an employee

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  • #70466
    Anonymous

    An employee has been taking medical leave frequently and submits a medical certificate every time which states that the employee has been suffering from Irritable Bowel Syndrome and hypertension. This has been been happening for the last two years prior to my joining this service. Now after calculation of her leaves it has been found that her leave account has turned ZERO as on 30th April 2016. ( combining her HPL and E.L). She absented herself again form office from 2/5/16 and joined office on 29/7/16 producing the medical certificate on the ground as mentioned before. Her pay was stopped from 1/5/16. Now the question how her pay shoudl be determined? Also how many days maximum is permissible for medical leave on production of medical certificate without being hospitalized?
    An expedite reply is highly solicited as I am dire straits regarding this employee.

    #81801
    Anonymous

    If there is no leave balance/ credited in her leave account, then she must apply for EOL (Without Pay).

    #81827
    Anonymous
    mihiracharya, post: 16260, member: 1153 wrote:
    If there is no leave balance/ credited in her leave account, then she must apply for EOL (Without Pay).

    Is it necessary to collect application from the employee or the office can make her “Leave without pay” on suo-motu order?

    #81828
    Anonymous

    If the employee disagree to submit application then school authority can make her EOL.

    #82305
    Anonymous

    Without obtaining any application for EOL or at least an application mentioning or seeking the intention of agreeing to accept leave as admissible from the employee, it would not be correct on the part of administration to sanction EOL on suo motu basis.

    #82484
    Anonymous

    If someone is on EOL for 200 days then his total service will be treated as regular ??
    Please make it clear.

    #82486
    Anonymous

    [USER=6632]@Achintya Acharjee[/USER]
    See the Clarifications of ROPA-2009, especially Point 4 there.

    #82490
    Anonymous

    Tried but sorry to say, failed to understand clearly.

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