Mariaa Started The Discussion:
Hi all,
I work for an IT company with a staff strength of 350 employees in India. We have planned to revise the salary for our employees. Right now the trainees get the stipend for 6 months as 6500/- and after six months they become ASEs and get salary starting from 1.2-1.6 Lacs. I want to restructue the compensation package . All others get good pay like SE from 2.5-4 Lacs, SSE -3.5-5 Lacs etc. We want to revise the salaries of trainees to Rs.1.2. How can I make it without much affecting the upper designated professionals like ASEs. We do not want to change their CTCs. Is there any parameters that are to be followed. Need your help in this regard.
Thanks
Mariaa
30th May 2007 From India, Bangalore

Hi Mariaa, Just give a glance to this salary report (Bangalore), you will gain some idea. ~Sanjay
30th May 2007 From India, Madras
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Hi Mate.... here you are...check out the salary report for Hyderabad. ~Sanjay
30th May 2007 From India, Madras
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Dear Friends, Would you have information on salary levels in the Health Care-Hospital Sectors? Grateful for your advice. Regards, Sanjib.
30th May 2007 From India, Delhi
Hi,
I hope you are working in coimbatore IT company. Even i needed of salary slabs for different position. If you have the details of the same . Pl mail me to my mail id :
Awaiting for your responses
Regards,
Lavanya.S
15th June 2007 From India, Coimbatore
hi!! can anyone help me with the salary structure of domestic BPO’s i m in urgent need
22nd June 2007 From India, Delhi
Dear friends

Just i want to know how the salary is calculated ,how much percentage is to be divided for BASIC,HRA,DA & another allowances.Payroll Processing is differ from one company to another company.Please give me the brief discussions.
Thanks & Regards
Paramagurunaath.SPS
15th May 2008 From India, Madras
Hi Rajat,
Should company has to pay any FBT for HRA in Employees Salary?
I am attaching a Salary Break Up sheet that our company has decided to implement.Could you please guide me what should be the %age for the heads
and what %age FBT should our company has to pay.Our Company is Kolkata Based Company
Thanks
Arunava.
15th May 2008 From India, Gurgaon
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Dear Arunava, Your company is not liable to pay any FBT as per the payslip provided by you. Regards Jai
17th May 2008 From India, Pune
Hi, I am totally new in HRM, however have been working in finance department for more than 5 years. I am in the means of developing a salary structure for my company (30 employees). We are machine maker for Semiconductor industry, majority of the staff in my company are Engineers, technicians & operation staff. Can someone please guide me how to create a fair salary structure for the company? One of the challenges is, how we pay for those experience skills Engineers where reporting to a Manager who are not as skillful? The skillful Engineer may have a higher pay compare to the manager. How all these works? Can someone provide me some website or information to study? Your help is very much appreciated. Thanks.
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23rd September 2010 From Malaysia, Penang

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