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Dear Seniors,
Greetings for the day..........
I have completed my MBA(HR)2011 Batch and immediately joined(06.07.2011) in one manufacturing company(Distillery) as \"Trainee Executive HR\". Initially they offer me Rs.6000 CTC+Bachelor accommodation.
Usually in my company increments will give in every October month. After 3 months i.e. in October based on my performance they increased my salary 6000/- to 9500/-.
After 9 months i.e after completion of my probation period( 1 year )I got special increment 9500/- to 12000/ + Com formation service and designated as Jr.Executive HR.
After three months i.e. in October they increased 10% i.e 12000 to 13200/- with all people.
My company is HO based company. HR roll in factory is very limited.
we have three kind of employees(Emp size is 800) i.e Permanent, Contract workmen(Support Staff) and casual labour.
My job is making attendance for whole company with help of biometric machine(ARS), Preparing incentives preparation , Canteen Mo

From India, Chennai
Hello Please revert what is your query? As the details seem incomplete
From India, Mumbai
Some data has missed which i intended to communicate. sorry for inconvenience sir/madam.
continuation for above query..........
my company is HO basis company.HR role in factory is very limited. and also all statutory compliance work will done in HO itself.
My job description is Making attendance, Incentives preparation, canteen monitoring and MIS reports preparation.
Present my salary 13200/- CTC and taking home is 12100/-.+Bachelor accommodation.
As a MBA graduate with 2 years experience is it reasonable salary?
Is it advisable to move another company with two years of experience (Because it is the first job in career)
kindly give your advice and guide me.
Thanks & Regards
Mohan Babu C

From India, Chennai
You can check for better job prospects after April or in mid May 2013.
For a MBA the salary is less... but try to find good opportunity in your current job, as it is you first exposure to HR.
Try to gain maximum knowledge of HR.
Give your best to your current company and side by side you can look for better opportunities.

From India, Mumbai
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