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Dear Seniors,
I would like to know the salary structure for ah HR professional. I do understand that no HR will be interested in disclosing their package.
But I need to know the difference, on is getting
in an Industrial Set-Up -->
and that of an MNC -->. . . . . . .
All those who are interested and willing to share their ideas, can give me a thought. . . . . . .
This is meant only for a general discussion, nothing to do with the Company you are associated with . . . .
I am associated with an MNC and my take home comes betn (15to20K pm)......
What abt urs?. . . . . .

Dear Friend,

Salary is depend upon the Experience, Qualification, Expertness, Quality, Command over the work and mainly depends upon the Company. This is not a issue to tell that what kind of package others are getting. May be they are getting much more than they are doing or they are getting less what they are doing !! So, my dear friend donít concentrate on others salary it might be minimum basic wage or more then expecting.

Be in touch,


Pankaj Chandan

Hi June,

compensation Is Very Conprehensive Subject:
in Indian Context Salary Is Always Subject For Negotiable And It Depends On Following Factors:

1. market Demand And Suply Ratio On Particular Skills Shortages.
2. nature Of Business Operation: Steel, Cement, Pharma, Power, Aviation, Mining, It, Etc
3. industry Classification- Manufacturing, Serivce, R&d, Etc
4. industry Sector:
a. public Sector,
b. private Sector
i. propritory Concern With
ii. small Scale Industry
iii. private Limited
iv. medium Scale
v. public Limited
vi. mnc
5. capacity To Pay Of Employer And Market Demand Of The Position.
6. nature And Level Of Job In The Organizational Hierarchy.
7. expertise And Experience Of Incumbent And Prevelent Market Value.
8. nature Of Service Contract: Consulting, Contractual,regular Staff Etc.
there Is No Standard Formula To Determine But We Can Derived The Criteria On The Basis Of Following

area Of Expertise:
1. Management And Technical Professional,
2. Administration Functions,
3. Technicians,
4. Non-technical Support Functions

Salary Range Min Mid Max

experience Slab:
1 To 3 Years
4 To 7 Years
8 To10 Years
11 To 15 Years
16 To 20 Years

For Actual Salary Data You Plese Refer Kelly's Salary Survey They Had Conducted. Becasue If You Are Experience But Workingin Medium Size Textile Industry They Don't Pay Good Compare To Steel,cement Etc For Same Nature And Level Of Job And Difference Is Above 30% To 50% Depends On Management Pay Philosophy.



thanx a lot for all those who have replied for my post. . . . . . . What you all say is true to the core. . . .
ok, to be more precise, how much do u think an HR professional with 6 yrs experience in IT/Media should draw annually?
I would only like to add the salary range from lowest to highest-
1. Generic & Recruitment - Lowest Paid
2. L&D - Middle Paid
3. C&B - Highest Paid
Now I am not saying they 'lowest paid' would be in peanuts but as compared to other HR functions.

I am very much agree with Pankaj, It completely depends on one's experience, functional knowledge, skills, industry background.. etc.
And later on depends on the organisation as well, different sectors offering different salary packages for the same position..
Amit Seth.

It varies based on the Industry and the Company you work. I know about ITs middle level to bigger companies. Here u go..
Trainee/Jr. HR Exec - 10 to 20k
HR Exec, Sr. HR Exec - 25 to 6lks
Asst. Mgr - 6lks to 11lks
Manager - 8lks to 14lks
Sr. Manager - 10lks to 18lks
DGM - 15Lks to 25lks
GM - 20lks to 40lks
The above info. is at high level covering major companies in IT.

Thats highly informative. . . . . . . but Is there a difference between the pay from an MNC and a nationalised company?. . . . .
R u sure that all the HR executines are paid in the above mentioned scale do u think this is how the market is Regards Nirmal

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