You haven't mentioned the 'mode of salary payment'--whether thru cash OR cheque OR Direct bank account deposit?
Also, pl confirm if you have any Appointment/Offer Letter--and if yes, what salary does it mention?
Next, you mentioned that you are working here since 3 yrs--do you have any Appraisal/Annual Review Letters? If yes, what do they mention reg the salary?
From India, Hyderabad
sunny303i do have appointment letter where only Rs. 7500 was written as my salary but later after my promotion which increased to 28000/- that is not written anywhere. and i have been getting payment in cash. Apart from the appointment letter i do not have anything to show before interviewer
From India, Bangalore
Frankly, it's TOUGH call for you.
I suggest speak the truth @ the interview--and leave the decision to them [& of course HIM].
If they believe you, well & good. Quite a few HR people can see thru if someone is speaking the truth or bluffing about such aspects.
And you can also highlight your core competencies & ask for a salary commensurate with your STRENGTHS & not just based on your present salary--another way of handling the issue.
If none of the above work, then you will have to take a tough decision from the next interview--to tell the figure as per records.
However, I think you should have thought about this aspect much earlier--since cash payments for the salary you get isn't usually a clean deal [being a transport company, I can understand the reasons].
And pl take all such aspects into consideration when you join the next job--many often don't give such aspects a serious thought when joining, and only realize much later when it could be too late.
All the Best.
From India, Hyderabad
chetnabelovei am working in a co. which make transformers and panels etc. it is a ssi unit .i want to introduce some formats which are helpful for the co. m fresher.please help me out. regards,chetna belve
From India, Jammu
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