Atlast the wait is over :)
Attached is the India Salary Handbook 2008/09.
Hope we can make the most of it !!!!
Any inputs or suggestions will be highly appreciated :)
Regards - r o u l e t t e

From India, Mumbai

Attached Files
File Type: pdf INDIA SALARY HANDBOOK 2008 - 09.pdf (281.7 KB, 12334 views)

WOW...56 Views and no comments :) i think i am late in uploading this survey :) regards - r o u l e t t e
From India, Mumbai
Gautam... Not to sure..if I have Kellys 07-08 survey...however, I have Gallup Compensation survey 2006. Hope it helps... regards - r o u l e t t e
From India, Mumbai

Attached Files
File Type: pdf Gallup_Compenstaion_Benefit Survey Report.pdf (200.7 KB, 2616 views)

I find the Kelly Report (Salary Handbook) a little doubtful in view of the absence of references and list of companies where those figures were taken.
JE Consultants like me will find the data difficult to use because it will be difficult to explain if such figures were credible. Indeed, in the absence of organizational references (participating companies) per industry, anyone can say that the figures were just randomly taken out of the blue.
Besides, when we do benchmarking, we usually use the market median rates (50th percentile) and NOT the minimum or maximum rates.
The Survey Report by Gallup is more acceptable and within the universal standard format. They use the same format as The HayGroup, W. Mercer, and Watson Wyatt Total Remuneration Survey reports.
Best wishes.
Ed Llarena, Jr.
Managing Partner
Emilla Consulting
(helps improve corporate governance worldwide, esp in Asia, the Middle East, AFrica, and the Pacific Region)

From Philippines, Parañaque
Hello Ed,
I totally endorse and appreciate your views :)
I do agree that Gallup, Mercer and Watson is more comprahensive and detailed survey as compared to kellys.
If you have access to any such reports, do post it :)
regards - r o u l e t t e

From India, Mumbai
I have sent the report on ur email address.
Please confirm the receipt.
Rama//I think we are associated to the number 1 "HR Forum" on the net. I am very sure an intelligent person like you is very much aware about the meaning of the word "Forum".I strongly belive that learning is an ongoing process and there is always something new to learn in every aspect of life .This is the main reason I ask for comments and suggestions from the HR Leaders & Fraternity in each and every post of mine.
Hope I have answered your doubt. Still should you have any queries and concern ...do ge back to me any time :)
Regards - r o u l e t t e

From India, Mumbai
Dear All, There is survey by Hewwit wich seems more exaustive and logical... Regards, ACCHR
From India, Mumbai
Thanks Sir I hope this is helpful for us,Please let me know if u hv any idea related to salary,,, "how we can save our tax in a better way?" Regards Meenu
From India
Dear Roulette , Many Thanks for sharing a valuable and helpful information .You have proven your self esteem and I will also try to implement it in my life. Regards Fazel

Hey Meenu...
check this link !!!
hope this helps :)
Also...try google and our very own CITEHR for ur query...m sure our leaders must have definately posted relevant material for your query.
regards - r o u l e t t e

From India, Mumbai

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