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Casual Leave:annual Leave What Is The Difference Please by benedo(m): 2:27pm On Feb 27, 2008
Dear all,

One funny law has just recently been made in my office to the effect that, all your casual leave will be deducted from your annual leave, now the impression i have gathered about the casual leave issue is that the Nigerian Labour Law states that you are entitled to five days of casual leave exclusive of your leave in a year.

Does anyone out there have an idea of what the law states on what the general standard should be about issues like this, as i would really like to take this up with the overzealous hr in my office always trying to impresss the whiteys with so called "innovation"

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Re: Casual Leave:annual Leave What Is The Difference Please by moredolu(m): 11:49am On Dec 18, 2018
Let learned persons help on this issue raised am having same issue with my company now. Kindly enlight us. I have searched Google on Nigeria labour law but couldn't get comprehensive results. Thanks
Re: Casual Leave:annual Leave What Is The Difference Please by pocohantas(f): 5:01pm On Dec 18, 2018
Funny OP,

I don't know what the law says about it, but in my organization, we have deductible and non-deductible casual leaves.

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Re: Casual Leave:annual Leave What Is The Difference Please by lilmax(m): 9:04pm On Dec 18, 2018
pocohantas:
Funny OP,

I don't know what the law says about it, but in my organization, we have deductible and non-deductible casual leaves.

2008?

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Re: Casual Leave:annual Leave What Is The Difference Please by Pabloosas(m): 7:00am On Dec 19, 2018
sad
Re: Casual Leave:annual Leave What Is The Difference Please by TheGreenLand: 7:00am On Dec 19, 2018
Annual leaves are earned leaves
Certain amount of annual leaves can be carried forward in the next year.

Casual leaves are other set of leaves that you are entitled to receive in a year which is again based on you company policies. Casual leaves lapse by the end of the year if unconsumed.

Weekends are always excluded. So when you plan your holidays you ensure to work out in this manner.

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Re: Casual Leave:annual Leave What Is The Difference Please by darkcaesar03360: 7:01am On Dec 19, 2018
hmm
Re: Casual Leave:annual Leave What Is The Difference Please by hypertension(m): 7:01am On Dec 19, 2018
Funny but i took my casual leave in october to see my dad when he was sick. Luckily, the hospital extended it to 10 days to give me more time.

2 weeks later i took my 6 weeks annual leave..lol..i just returned on Monday.

In the hospital i work, you cannnot take a casual leave after your Annual leave. And its 5 working days.

I think it varies everywhere.

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Re: Casual Leave:annual Leave What Is The Difference Please by wolesmile(m): 7:02am On Dec 19, 2018
What is the difference between CASUAL and ANNUAL?

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Re: Casual Leave:annual Leave What Is The Difference Please by tomdon(m): 7:02am On Dec 19, 2018
Normal
Re: Casual Leave:annual Leave What Is The Difference Please by Yankee101: 7:02am On Dec 19, 2018
Casual is impromptu

Annual is planned

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Re: Casual Leave:annual Leave What Is The Difference Please by Dottore: 7:05am On Dec 19, 2018
Ok

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Re: Casual Leave:annual Leave What Is The Difference Please by alekside(m): 7:07am On Dec 19, 2018
Annual leave in Civil service is the 30 working days (depending on your level) leave with leave bonus which you are entitled to.

Casual leave is the 7 days leave mainly for unforseen issue which you are not entitled to. It depends solely on the discretion of the management. You can only apply for your Casual leave after you've exhausted your Annual leave.

I don't know about leave in the private sector.

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Re: Casual Leave:annual Leave What Is The Difference Please by oyetunder(m): 7:08am On Dec 19, 2018
I hate unprofitable questions with passion.
Re: Casual Leave:annual Leave What Is The Difference Please by iHart(m): 7:09am On Dec 19, 2018
Another question: how many times can you have a casual leave within a year?

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Re: Casual Leave:annual Leave What Is The Difference Please by Seanne969: 7:10am On Dec 19, 2018
Well, to the best of my understanding about how casual and annual leaves work, in my organization you are only entitled to apply for casual leave after you have exhausted your annual leave. You cannot go on casual leave if you still have any annual leave left.
The only deductible leave from your annual leave is medical leave. And that can only happen if there happens to be an emergency where you need a medical leave after you have exhausted your annual leave. Means the number of days you spend in your medical leave would be deducted from your next year annual leave.

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Re: Casual Leave:annual Leave What Is The Difference Please by kennyz247: 7:10am On Dec 19, 2018
one is casual while the other one is annual

simple as ABC
Re: Casual Leave:annual Leave What Is The Difference Please by kaymart(m): 7:12am On Dec 19, 2018
Seanne969:
Well, to the best of my understanding about how casual and annual leaves work, in my organization you are only entitled to apply for casual leave after you have exhausted your annual leave. You cannot go on casual leave if you still have any annual leave left.
The only deductible leave from your annual leave is medical leave. And that can only happen if there happens to be an emergency where you need a medical leave after you have exhausted your annual leave. Means the number of days you spend in your medical leave would be deducted from your next year annual leave.

That's absolute callousness....unimaginable wickedness....How on earth will medical leave be a salary-deductible leave.
As a matter of fact, Medical leave is even more important than the annual leave.
It's only when you are healthy that you can work.

So long the medical conditions are true, then medical leave should be highly regarded.

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Re: Casual Leave:annual Leave What Is The Difference Please by maisauki: 7:15am On Dec 19, 2018
D diff is CAS & ANN ...casUAL leave, annUAL leave

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Re: Casual Leave:annual Leave What Is The Difference Please by Ubdavis(m): 7:15am On Dec 19, 2018
In casual leave , there are no strings attached. While reverse is the case in annual leave.
Re: Casual Leave:annual Leave What Is The Difference Please by bashir1451(m): 7:16am On Dec 19, 2018
alekside:
Annual leave in Civil service is the 30 working days (depending on your level) leave with leave bonus which you are entitled to.

Casual leave is the 7 days leave mainly for unforseen issue which you are not entitled to. It depends solely on the discretion of the management. You can only apply for your Casual leave after you've exhausted your Annual leave.

I don't know about leave in the private sector.

If I were to talk this should b what I'll say. Thumbs up.
Re: Casual Leave:annual Leave What Is The Difference Please by ShenTeh(m): 7:16am On Dec 19, 2018
In my opinion and experience, casual leave is any leave other than sick, emergency, compassionate and maternity leave that is less than 5 days.

Casual leaves are deductible from your total 28 leave days in a year.

In the same vein, annual leaves are leaves above 5 days.
Re: Casual Leave:annual Leave What Is The Difference Please by OkaNaUbe(m): 7:16am On Dec 19, 2018
Casual leave is taking permission to be absent from work when you aren't due, according to organisation rules. You take this leave if you have eventualities you have to take care of,for example, your relative has health issues and you have travel, and so on


Annual leave on the other hand is the leave you are entitled to every year, according to the organisation's rule.

If for example, your annual leave starts from October 10th to 17th every year, you aren't expected to be absent from work except those days. If you take a casual leave on September 1-7th to attend to a private matter, it will be deducted from your annual leave.

There is also "maternity leave" for members of staff who give birth. This can be taken just before one is due to give birth.

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Re: Casual Leave:annual Leave What Is The Difference Please by atiku4President: 7:17am On Dec 19, 2018
Casual leave becomes necessary when you have exhausted your annual leave and something comes up that requires your attention. You can be denied casual leave but can't be denied annual leave without compensation
Re: Casual Leave:annual Leave What Is The Difference Please by adecz: 7:19am On Dec 19, 2018
Simply read your organization's
"Conditions Of Service"

If your employers are reputable, they
should have it.

If they don't have one, then you better
listen to your HR.

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Re: Casual Leave:annual Leave What Is The Difference Please by RealIgboboy: 7:23am On Dec 19, 2018
Compassionate leave from my own perspective, is this type of leave you apply for after you might have exhausted all your annual leave. ( For public servants only)However, this type does not exceed seven days. Or this type of leave is exclusive for emergency or pressing issues that need urgency. Note that is not a right but a privilege.

Casual (civil) leave is this type of leave that does not exceed seven days probably the person who apply for this type of leave is having an emergency to attend to then it could be considered. Normally, outside your annual leave depends on the head of the organization. Note that is not a right but a privilege. Thanks and remain blessed.
Re: Casual Leave:annual Leave What Is The Difference Please by TinaTee: 7:23am On Dec 19, 2018
I am HR. Every staff is entitle to casual leave but only confirmed staff or those who have spent up to one year in the company are entitled to annual leave. Now casual leave in a year is usually 3-5 days in a year depending on the policy of the company. casual leave is a non deductible leave except if the staff has exceeded the number of days in the year. Other leaves that are non deductible are Compassionate leave, sick leave ( based on doctor's genuine medical report) and examination leave.
For control purpose, a company can decide to make casual leave and any non -deductible leave to deductible leave if there is abuse by staff.

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Re: Casual Leave:annual Leave What Is The Difference Please by IMASTEX: 7:25am On Dec 19, 2018
Yankee101:
Casual is impromptu

Annual is planned

Seconded.
Casual: I.e. emergencies and it is usually short notice & short stay off.

Annual: I.e. planned and longer stay off

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Re: Casual Leave:annual Leave What Is The Difference Please by NemzySeries(m): 7:33am On Dec 19, 2018
the difference is dat Casual leave is Casual while Annual leave is Annual
Re: Casual Leave:annual Leave What Is The Difference Please by VictorRomanov: 7:37am On Dec 19, 2018
oyetunder:
I hate unprofitable questions with passion.


What is profitable to you?




You can as well just pass without a comment.



The above shows that to an extent you have a negative attitude. Work on it please.

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