Thread Started by #NipunVashistha

Good Morning all seniors
I am a new member here & its really good to see discussions on so many Critical issue that HR people face in daily life, it adds a great amount of knowledge.
I have a query...I am in the last semester of M.B.A(HR. & Marketing) I have got an offer for the job of HR. Executive & they are offering me 12500 CTC in the first 6 months of probation period nd after that they will hike my salary on basis of my performance.
So please. Suggest me that for starting my career is this salary is good because I have discussed it with some professionals & They have said that if I Start career onn very low package than it will be very difficult for me to hike my salary in future because the normal increments that co.gave is 10 to 20%.
So please guide me
Regards
Nipun Vashistha
2nd May 2015 From India
Hi Nipun,
There are a lot of other factors that you should consider to take this decision. At the beginning of your career these are the five major dimensions you need to take into account for a job:
1. Brand name of the Organization
2. The New Hire Orientation Program in the Organization
3. Job profile and Learning Opportunities
4. Immediate Boss
5. Salary (what % hike are they offering after months)
I know of some people who initially started their career at a very low salary but the kind of experience they got from those organizations was so profound that they could ask for up to 300% of their CTCs in the next job.
My advice to you would be to do some research to find out the other aspects of the job you are being offered. As you are in the final semester, you can always see if there are some other opportunities where you can get a better mix.
All the Best!
2nd May 2015 From India, Delhi
Thx atul for your valuable suggestions
The co. Is a very big logistics co. With annual turnover of 2000cr. & having strength of 3500 employees
I would request you to please throw some light on that how I could know about THE NEW HIRE ORIENTATION PROGRAM IN THE ORGANIZATION????
2nd May 2015 From India
You need to get in touch with the HR and ask specifically or you can connect with any employee through Linkedin.
2nd May 2015 From India, Delhi
I have visited some facebook profiles of the employees of the organisation not talked to them but have seen that lot of them are working in the company from last 9 years
2nd May 2015 From India
Dear Nipun,
You are getting good opportunity. Today you required to get an experience . Don't think your initial job on the part of Salary but think from the point of view of Experience. If you are getting good exposure to learn practical HR there; you should join there.
Because there is no guarantee, that you will get same opportunity again; though you may get higher salary.
Your salary will get increased in future but You cannot be sure you will get same profile or exposure in future.
See, not your salary of today but your exposure in this filed will bring you good opportunity in your future career.
2nd May 2015 From India, Mumbai
Starting salary should not be only criteria-good company,job profile,growth opportunities in company should also be considered.
How the work matches your educational and professional qualifications is important.The work you do and your qualifications should be interlinked.
Go ahead and join the company if it affords growth,satisfaction and enhances your professional skill.
Considering that some employees have stuck around in same company for 9 years,most probably work environment may be suitable for employees.
2nd May 2015 From India, Pune
Can you please guide me that how I can know about company’s HR policies?????
2nd May 2015 From India
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