Employees will get 365 days leave. Notification has been issued for this. At the same time, along with the regular, now these employees will also be benefitted.
Employees Holiday is big news for the employees. In fact, now they will get the benefit of 365 days leave. Along with this, the leave of the employees has also been increased. The Chief Minister had announced in this regard. On which notification has been issued.
On Friday, Chief Minister Prem Singh Tamang announced on his official Facebook page that in the new year 2023, a big gift would be given to the employees. 365 days maternity leave will be given to probationary teachers including adhoc, MR, contract employees working in Sikkim. Along with this, other employees will get paternity leave of 30 days only.
365 days holiday to women employees
Explain that now probationary teachers including Adhoc, MR and contract employees will be given the benefit of paternity leave at the same level as government employees. In the same Sikkim Government, women employees including Probationary Teacher working on ad-hoc, MR, contract basis will get the benefit of 365 days leave.
Meanwhile a notification was issued. In which regular employees were given its benefit. However, the same was not mentioned for temporary employees. On which displeasure was expressed by the temporary employees. Now as per the new announcement the workers will be allowed to work on ad hoc, contract and MR basis.
A notification was issued on 13 January. In which it was said that more than 365 days maternity leave will be given to the temporary employees who draw consolidated salary from the consolidated salary of the state government. The Work Affected Master Roll including Work Affected Master Roll etc. will be effective from the date of its commencement.
Along with this, it has been said in the letter that the male employees will be given leave for 30 days by the state government. This will apply to swearing and work in the right facilities. According to the same notification, the period of maternity and paternity leave should never exceed the period of appointment of a temporary employee under any circumstances.