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Sush, As long as bolatilo, doesn’t eloborate us the actual problem faced by him, I think we cannot help him. Hope u agree with me.
Hi all, as i said earlier on the grading structure is what we have in existence and is creating the problem hence the need for a review.
A new employee is being placed in either a low level or high level depending on his/her qualification and years of experience.The lower level staff are from Level 4-10 while the high level are from 11 upwards.
As a result the management's policy of awarding a higher percentage increment to low level staff during yearly appraisal has brought them almost at per with the high level staff.
Please what can be done to correct this anomaly because this definately is not the norm. Thanks

Hi blawal,
As I told you earlier, the only option to this is that you will have to rise the level i.e. if the lower level is 4-10 & higher level is above 11. You abolish the lower level itself & start a new bench marking i.e. 8-15 lower level, 15 & above higher level.
Santosh Iyer

Hi Santosh,
Thanks for your follow up and the quick reply. If i got your point what it that means is a complete re structuring of the salary grades. I will work on it and let you know how it goes.
Now I just got a different thought of expanding the bands I mean broaden the lower and upper limit of each level, that way we can still acomodate the yearly increment, what do you think about it?.


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