anjalisharma_a Started The Discussion:
dear friends,
can anyone please suggest me what's the trend regarding deputation allowance. In public sectors it's normally 10% of basic pay but would like to have detail info. in PVt. sectors.
thanks
anjali
14th October 2006 From India, Faridabad

Hi Anjali,

thanks

The Pvt. sector generally have flexible approach unlike the PSUs and trend is :-

Assume an executive is deputed to other location say for six months..

* His salary component has a variable component called a special Allowance or deputation allowance which is about 20-40 % of CTC.

* His lodging & boarding expense is taken care off.

* Company takes care off his travel of his spouse n kids - three trips only.

* His telephone limits - personal calls is borne by the company as per the reasonable limits as agreed upon on mutually basis.

* His travel expense to the location where his family is based on weekends is paid by the company - two trips per month.

Hope this information helps.

Regards,

Rajat Joshi
16th October 2006 From India, Pune
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