Saurabh.shrivastav
Manaer Hr & Admn, Prexus Health India
Sidhartha_29
Hr, Ir & Compliance
Aggaz
Payroll
Krnavneet
Service
Shivpriya
Hr Manager
Sheetalan
Service
Punam.shukla
Hr Executive
Ksanjeev22
Service
Smohanty
Hr Activities (whole Gamut)
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Thread Started by #smohanty

Hello friends,
Any idea for the salary projection percentage in terms of hike / increment for 2010?
Apart from Mercer, can anybody help me with the % increase - to be and the co which has conducted this survey (for 2010).
My phone number is 91 9910793636 . You may contact me directly in case of any query. Many thanks.
Regards,
Sas
18th August 2009 From India, New Delhi
Dear Shweta Mohanty
As per my opinion the Salary Hike for the period 2008-2009 the average salary Hike of 12 to 15% depends on Organisation However In our sector(Infrastructure/Construction/HVAC)we have finalised 15% Salary Hike for current year in our India operation compare to previous year ie 20 to 25 %.This is for your information please.You may contact M/S Omam Consultant,Delhi for Salary Survey in respect of your Organisation.Please send me your mail id for details compensation report.
Sanjeev Kumar
GM-HR
ETA ASCON GROUP

Mob-09987766869
19th August 2009 From India, Pune
Hewitt comes out with such survey report in the month of March every year. I will also like to recieve any additional information on this. Saurabh
19th August 2009 From China, Leizhou
Hi Mohanty, I am working with a Healthcare giant and the hike in salary this year was pegged at an average of 8% across functions.
20th August 2009 From India
Hi Mohanty, PFA the survey made by Hewitt w.r.t. salary hike projection for 2009-10. Regards Sidharth Sahu Payroll & Compliance
20th August 2009 From India, Bhubaneswar

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If Friday is LWP and Monday is Half day (Second half or first half) so falling between Saturday & Sunday should be LWP.
20th August 2009 From India, Delhi
If an employee exhausts his all CL and SL in advance in a year. And in mid of the same year he resigns from his Job, so there should be a deduction from his salary at the time of full & final settlement.
20th August 2009 From India, Delhi
See, LWP is a legal matter. you can not just put anybody on LWP. you can be challenged. In case if all leaves are exhausted or any leaves violating the discipline is availed, the person can be put on LWP.
So in ur ex., it should be only Friday(given above conditions met).
Second, CL / SL are non-encashable leaves. it gets exhausted with the year end. So it is your bad luck if the person has availed all CL/SL and resignes mid-year. You can only calculate with his/her PL while doing the FFS.
Regards,
Sasmita Mohanty
21st August 2009 From India, New Delhi
Hi Guys, Any idea what’s expected to be avg salary hike for the year 2010 in the insurance sector
27th August 2009 From India, Mumbai
Hi Guys Could you help me with what would be the average % of salary hike in Insurance sector in 2010 Regards Priya
27th August 2009 From India, Mumbai
Wanted to check if someone has the input on the latest Mercer Compensation survey report for 2009-10? Kind Regards. nsubramanian885
3rd September 2009 From India, Bangalore
Dear All,
Can anyone please help me with the salary increment projections for 2010 ? Can any one share the Hewitt report with me. I am engaged with the consumenr durables industry.
You can reach me on 9818902396 or
Please help me.
13th November 2009 From Germany
Hi, Do you have the salary projection report for the year 2010-11 with respect to salary increment and variable pay. -Sheetal
1st December 2009
Hi I am looking for a salary projection % from 2007 till 2010 for one of client in auto industry , less than 500cr.Please help Regards
16th February 2010 From India, Delhi
I am too looking out for Salary survey projected for 2010 from Hewitt / Mercer or any other reputed agencies / consultancy in India. Saurabh
20th March 2010 From China, Leizhou
Hi,
Please help me out with salary benchmark survey for 2010 and specially in infrastructure and civil engineering sector. If you have any surveys or reports please share at . I'll highly thankful.
Regards,
Naina Agarwal
13th April 2010 From India, Delhi
Hello All, Isn’s it better to get the peer companies comparison through market intelligence & offer the salary hikes?
13th April 2010 From India, Bangalore
Dear Friends, am looking for latest compensation survey data of Infrastructure Sector. could you please help me in getting the data / the agencies helps in this reg. Thank you. Ramesh
29th April 2010 From India, Hyderabad
Hi ALL,
n Hi,
saurabh.shrivastav , FOR UR QUERY..........
I m trying to ans......
Indians to receive biggest salary hikes in 2010: Survey
According to salary survey in HONG KONG( Oct 2009), Companies in Asia are set to offer bigger pay rises year 2010 as the region continues to rebound from global recession, notably in India where base salary levels are poised to jump nearly 10 percent, a survey showed on 21st Oct 2009( according to Hewitt ).
The survey covered more than 2,000 local and joint-venture companies in the Asia-Pacific region. Salaries -- or annual guaranteed pay -- in 2009 in Asia's fast-growing economic powerhouses China and India, at 4.5 percent and 6.3 percent respectively, were the lowest since 2005.
20th May 2010 From India, Pune
Hi ALL,
n Hi,
saurabh.shrivastav , FOR UR QUERY..........
I m trying to ans......
Indians to receive biggest salary hikes in 2010: Survey
According to salary survey in HONG KONG( Oct 2009), Companies in Asia are set to offer bigger pay rises year 2010 as the region continues to rebound from global recession, notably in India where base salary levels are poised to jump nearly 10 percent, a survey showed on 21st Oct 2009( according to Hewitt ).
The survey covered more than 2,000 local and joint-venture companies in the Asia-Pacific region. Salaries -- or annual guaranteed pay -- in 2009 in Asia's fast-growing economic powerhouses China and India, at 4.5 percent and 6.3 percent respectively, were the lowest since 2005.
20th May 2010 From India, Pune
Hi ALL,
n Hi,
saurabh.shrivastav , FOR UR QUERY..........
I m trying to ans......
Indians to receive biggest salary hikes in 2010: Survey
According to salary survey in HONG KONG( Oct 2009), Companies in Asia are set to offer bigger pay rises year 2010 as the region continues to rebound from global recession, notably in India where base salary levels are poised to jump nearly 10 percent, a survey showed on 21st Oct 2009( according to Hewitt ).
The survey covered more than 2,000 local and joint-venture companies in the Asia-Pacific region. Salaries -- or annual guaranteed pay -- in 2009 in Asia's fast-growing economic powerhouses China and India, at 4.5 percent and 6.3 percent respectively, were the lowest since 2005.
20th May 2010 From India, Pune
Thanks Aggaz for this information. I also got this but I was looking at more detailed information esp. with regards to different sectors salary hikes in 2010. Saurabh
21st May 2010 From China, Leizhou
Hello,
I request you to share the Suvery Reports with me at punam(dot)shukla@gmail.com
Also, if anyone can share oil & gas / shipping sector employee policies it would be of great help!
Regards,
Punam
29th May 2010
Is there a way I can get salary survey for IT professionals in India? Any thoughts on how and where we can get something like below..There are bunch of them online but I am not sure how reliable they are…
I like to basically see a market salary survey for various titles, locations and years of experience. Example below
Tier-1 City: (Banglore)
1. Software Engineers (Java)- Junior (2 years) - Mid Level – 4 years - Senior 5+ years
2. Oracle DBA’s
Tier-2 City: (Pune)
1. Software Engineers (Java)- Junior (2 years) - Mid Level – 4 years - Senior 5+ years
2. Oracle DBA’s
Satish

2nd September 2010 From India, Visakhapatnam
Hi friends,
We are looking at fixing our salary structure for different cadres of IT professionals at par with the industry standards. If you have data on the topic, requesting you to kindly share it with us.
It would be a great help if you do so. Earnestly looking forward to you reply!
Regards,
Annie
6th September 2010 From India, Madras
You may refer the attachments. Source google.
17th September 2010 From France

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Dear Sanjeev Sir,
I will be highly obliged if you mail me the detailed compensation survey report 2009-2010.
Since i am a student of Labour Studies. It would be of great help to me.
Thank You,
Email ID -
Mob No: 09821749645
Thanks and Regards,
Rahul Salvi
13th October 2010 From India, Mumbai
can anyone help me by sending a questionnaire on "instrument, tool used to find out compensation and apprasial pattern in any organization"
14th October 2010 From Thailand, Bangkok
Dear All,
Can anyone send me a detailed compensation report for 2010 ? I would really greatful to you. Also if anyone can send me the salary hike projection for 2011 across industries.
Regards,
Navneet
1st November 2010 From Germany
Dear Seniors,
kindly provide me with recent salary survey taken from light engineering industries in Tamil nadu since we are in the process of wage settlement preparation.
my email id is /
kindly do the needful.
Regards,
b.saravanakumar
20th November 2010 From India, Coimbatore
Dear All, Good Afternoon, Can any body guide me about the increment trend for the year 2011. Is the increment trend of different industries is vary. Regards Sanjeev
10th December 2010
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