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Letter: This is regarding last month salary issue. Every 15 days my salary... #1 (permalink) Tue Feb 17, 2009 10:44 am   Letter: This is regarding last month salary issue. Every 15 days my salary...
 

Hi ppl,

Please correct my letter...

Message start......................

This is regarding last month salary issue.
Every 15 days my salary account credits with ### $.
But this month it was credited with ### $.(2.5 days pay Excluded)
Manager saying that i have taken two C.L's and one S.L, He has considered only sick leave and the two C.L's were taken as loss of pay. Actually every one has 7 C.L's and 7 S.L's(From my offer letter). I don't know why he has not considered those two C.L's!

One more unexplained doubt is even though i have taken two C.L's, It has to be two days loss of pay, But my account has credited with 2.5 days loss of pay. I am wondering where that extra half day comes from.

I am very ashamed to take this issue to you, But this is the only alternative i have.

Message End......................

Thanks in advace
Veeramalli
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