Leave policy and approvals

What is the leave policy for remote employee or individual talent working through CodeMonk platform.

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How many days of leave can I take in a year?

As a remote employee or individual talent, there are certain aspects/policies that you need to adhere to when working with CodeMonk. Leave policies and leave approvals are one of them.

Since we have talents working from all parts of the world, the bank holidays, festive seasons, and other aspects differ.

However, in case of emergency holidays or planned leaves, you need to take an approval.

Leave approval policy:

CodeMonk offers two paid leaves in a year to contractors/individual talents.

· On their Birthdays

· On 1st of January

For other unpaid/preplanned/emergency leaves, your one point of contact is your reporting manager or project in charge.

For permanent employees:

When submitting a weekly timesheet, an employee confirms that they have worked all the hours listed on the timesheet and will provide worklogs when asked (or on request).

As per our T&C’s, the talent is required to maintain own worklogs and have it approved by the client/ reporting manager.
Why worklogs are required?
In certain situations when the client and the talent do not agree with the work completed, then the worklogs are the only evidence to confirm the actual work completed. Hence, we recommend all talent to maintain an active worklog that matches the actual work done. Any discrepancies may result in partial approval or disapproval of the timesheets submitted.

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