Annual Leave allows you to be paid while having time off from work for personal reasons including:
- Vacation used for rest, recreation, or travel.
- Taking time out for loved ones
If your absence is due to an illness or injury, you should refer to the Sick Leave page.
Regular, full-time employees are entitled to Fifteen (15) days of Annual Leave per year and one (1) additional day will be given for every completed year of service up to a maximum of 21 days per annum per the table below. Annual Leave is pro-rated for newly-hired full-time employees from the date of hire.
Pro-Rated Annual Leave
|Service Years||No. of Days|
|Less than 1 year||15 Days|
|2 years||16 Days|
|3 years||17 Days|
|4 years||18 Days|
|5 years||19 Days|
|6 years||20 Days|
|7 years||21 Days|
All Annual leave balances of the current year must be taken during the same year. Unused leave balances are allowed to carry forward up to maximum 5 days, which must be utilized before 31 March of the following year.
Payment in-lieu of annual leave not taken shall be calculated when the team member terminates the employment with the company and Other cases stipulated in Article 114 of the Labor Code as follows:
Monthly Salary/ Working Days in a Month X Leave Balance
Scheduling Annual Leave
- Discuss your Annual Leave plans, in advance, with your manager. If an absence is unexpected, you should notify your manager as soon as possible. While business requirements must be taken into consideration, your manager will work with you to ensure that work load does not restrict you from taking Vacation time.
- Once agreed with your manager, enter your Annual Leave in Workday [VMware network access required] under time off type Vacation Time Off.
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Last Updated: 30 Dec 2021, 8:39 AM