Industrial Employees in Defence Establishments Get 30 Days Earned Leave
In a recent publication by INDWF, one of the major federations, an order has been issued regarding the entitlement of 30 days Earned Leave for ordnance factories industrial employees. This entitlement is irrespective of their option and is a major step towards ensuring fair and just treatment of the hardworking employees. The order is expected to boost employee morale and create a more positive work environment for all.
According to the official order, all employees who work in Ordnance factories and are involved in industrial work are eligible to receive a generous 30 days of earned leave, regardless of the number of years they have served. This decision has been taken to recognize and appreciate the hard work and dedication of these employees, as well as to ensure that they have sufficient time to rest and rejuvenate before returning to work. This policy will undoubtedly boost morale and motivation amongst the employees, leading to increased productivity and efficiency in the workplace.
The Labour Ministry has confirmed that employees are entitled to a generous 30 days of annual leave with wages as per the terms and agreement. This means that workers can enjoy a well-deserved break from their daily work routine and receive their regular salary during their time off. This policy ensures that employees can maintain a healthy work-life balance and return to work refreshed and ready to tackle new challenges.
The decision was already taken in the meeting of JCM National council, which was held on September 11th, 1997. Therefore, this eligibility requirement is not applicable for the hardworking industrial employees who are currently working in the Railway Department. These employees contribute their time and effort to ensure that the railways operate smoothly and efficiently, and they deserve fair treatment and consideration from their employers.