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#163  Feb 26, 2016    email version


Could the salary be deducted if the rest days taken exceed the annual leave?


If the employer does not grant the employee the due annual leave at the time of termination or resignation of the employee, the employer shall convert the number of days of unused annual leave into the past working hours in the current year and pay the salary for the unused annual leave.

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