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I known that increment is Depend on the basis last year performance of company & employee performance appraisal.
can any one consult with me about increment is right of employee Yes or Not. if yes then
1. where it\'s mention under Indian labor law(rule).

Hi, There is no law for paying increments compulsorily by management or by Govt. Increments is paying to increase employee retention.
Dear friend,
The objective of granting increments to employees periodically is manifold. In the first place, increment distinguishes the senior from the juniors in the same cader so as to keep him motivated by recognizing his longer length of service . Secondly, grant of increment ensures a definite hike in the employees earnings.Thirdly, since it is a monetary motivation for sincere and blemishless service, it ensures diligent discharge of duties and well-disciplined behaviour among the employees.Now, you would have understood that grant of periodical increment is an objective arrangement in wage and salary administration subject to the fulfilment of certain standards. So there could not be any legal compulsion for the employer to grant increment nor any employment right vested in the employee to make a claim in this regard except its denial on disciplinery ground.

I would add to what said by Sh. Umakanthan.M, increment is granted to track with the income of the employee with the Price Index of the Market. This aspect should be prime while granting increment.
V K Gupta

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