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Leave Policy for Chaine

To report a vacation, sick day, or other leave, please use Chaine's leave form


Chaine believes in the well-being of its employees and recognizes the importance of work-life balance. To ensure this, we have designed our leave policy to provide employees with adequate time off from work for personal, medical, and family-related reasons. This policy is applicable to all employees working at Chaine, regardless of their position or level.

Every employee will be entitled to 10 days of Paid Time Off (PTO) per year. This time can be used for personal reasons such as vacation, family events, or any other non-medical reasons. Unused PTO days cannot be carried over to the next year, and the company will not be liable to pay for any unused PTO days.

Sick Leave:

Chaine understands that illness is an unfortunate event and can be a source of stress for employees. Therefore, we offer our employees three days of sick leave per year. If an employee needs to take a longer leave due to an illness, they must provide a doctor's note or other medical documentation to their manager or HR department. In such cases, the employee may be granted additional sick leave days based on the company's discretion.

Holiday Leave:

Chaine recognizes the importance of major national holidays in India and provides all employees with time off during these holidays. The list of national holidays will include:

  1. New years day
  2. Republic Day
  3. Indian Independence Day
  4. Gandhi Jayanti
  5. Dussehra
  6. Diwali
  7. Christmas Day

The company will remain closed on these days. However, in cases where the company needs to operate on a holiday due to business reasons, employees may be required to work. In such cases, employees will be provided with compensatory off days at a later date.

If you need to take a holiday off that is not on the above list, you may use your PTO for that holiday.

Requesting Time Off:

To request time off, employees must submit their leave request through Chaine’s leave form least two weeks in advance. The request will be reviewed by the employee’s manager and HR department, and the employee will be notified of the decision within three working days.

Leaving During Work for Short Periods:

If an employee needs to leave the office during work hours for personal reasons such as errands or other work, they must inform fill out the form. Leaving work for short periods will be considered a half-day or full-day PTO, depending on the duration of the absence. Employees are expected to plan their errands and other personal work around their work schedule to minimize disruptions to their work and colleagues. In exceptional cases, such as a medical emergency, employees may be granted special leave based on the company's discretion.

Policy Violations:

If an employee fails to comply with the leave policy, it may result in disciplinary action, including but not limited to verbal or written warnings, salary deductions, or termination.


Chaine believes that a good leave policy is an essential component of a healthy work environment. We strive to provide our employees with adequate time off to ensure that they can take care of themselves and their families, and return to work with renewed energy and focus.