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Hi Seniors.I'm working as a Accounts & HR Assistant in a private company. I'm told to complete 3 months probation when i was in my very first interview and after completed probetion i can have a salary increment. But i completed my probetion with last month and still didnt see any sign of salary incremet.Is it good if i requested it from management or shoud wait till they will increase? Plz give me you very own thoughts about this. Thanx

Hi Fazla,
Every one works for financial and knowledge growth.If u were told that there will be increment after 3 months then you can ask her.Do have offer letter and if yes is it mentioned on it.Secondly if u will have some doubts in your mind you will not able to focus on your work moreover you will look for some other options.To avoid it its better to discuss it will also clear that what management is expecting from your end and if if you are under performer you will be able to work on weak points and definitely be eligible for growth and increment.
All the Best !!!!

Dear Lavika Yadav. I havnt any offer letter. but i think i can talk with my admin officer about this as you sed. Thanx a lot for guiding me. Best Regards, -Fazla
Dear Fazla,
I would also suggest you to take your offer letter /Appointment letter in form of soft or Hard copy.also have salary slips.As these documents will be favourable and plus points for your growth in this company as well as in some other company also.If your company is not providing it till date then being a part of HR team you can suggest your company provide these documents to all employees.
Good Luck !!!!

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