Increment Issue - Increment Issues [Thread 387530] - CiteHR
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Dear All,
i am working with my company since april 2010. and my increment has to happened in december'11. but that time my company told me, we will do the increment in next month... but now my boss is saying that company is in loss... what i need to do at this stage.
there is no issue about performance, that i am damn sure.
what will be the next step from my side... kindly share your views on that

hi amit, its been 1.10 years in my present company.
if you are asking about learning that we always do.. there are no constraints for learning. my company is not work according to the policies. it just they wanted to do increment they will do, otherwise they will say company is in loss. but the people who do buttering alot they will get 2 increments in one year. i guess u must heard about lala company's. our company is exactly the same. but i don't wanted to job change without increment.

but it will effect on my next salary part.. interviewer will get question on why i didn’t get increment after working for 1.10 years with the same company
Dear Meenakshi,

Its not necessary that above 1 yr every company will release their increments, many employers can give increments after 2-5 yrs even, have any other employee from your company get increment???

today i have meeting regarding this increment part. can you suggest me some strong points?? as per my performance there is no doubt. my whole office knw abt my capabilities.
increment is not the matter of right, it is purely on the discretion of company depending on their financial performance. pon
than it has to be same with everyone... why some people getting increments.. if management has to hold the increment than y differentiations..????
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