Subject: Dearness Allowance in India - basic salary.. CiteHR

santanu.aascent Started The Discussion:

What percentage of fixed salary is generally given as dearness allowance to a full time employee in any org, private or public?

pmpatel -  Member Since: Mar 2007
There is no rule that provides as to percentage of fixed salary must be given as dearness allowance.
Dearness allowance is given to protect pay packet of an employee which is erosion by virtue of inflation.

You can increase basic salary periodically so as to give rise in salary.
p m patel

anniebraganza -  Member Since: Nov 2012
Dear Sir, I am the Headmistress of a school. I wish to know whether dearness allowance of an employee can be kept static in a private organisation


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