Hi Sherin,
Increment should be purely on performance and on annual basis. If you feel employees are performing well you need to keep him motivated you can propose some sort of incentive.
If your increment is not annual basis, then you have follow the same practice for other and this will imbalance you HR Budget.

Regards
Saji

From United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi
Good pay structure. I have been searching for help with a pay structure for manufacturing that would include for example a Welder at a starting rate with minimal experience then a Welder that would have 3 to 5 years experience, then one with 5 years or more for a starting pay. The example would be structured below:
$20.00 - Welder I - 0 to 2 years experience - high-school diploma or GED - etc...
$21.50 - Welder II - 3 to 5 years experience - " " - has been in gasket industry for 3 years - knows Tig, Mig
$23.00 - Welder III - 5 or more years - Welders certification - supervised a team......
Anyone familiar with this type of pay structure?

From United States, Houston

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