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Weekly Compliance Bulletin An update into labour compliance - Volume 1, Issue 8
From India, Chennai

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There is a problem arises in our organisation.In account department recently 2 emplyees are recruited with higher salary campare to old employees with same degignation and profile.Now old emplyees are creating problem and demanding same salary.They are not cooperating with new emplyees ,nor sharing old information data to new ones.Our HR and department had tried to convince them but they are adamant to their stand.Can any suggest what to do for this problem.
With Regards

From India, New Delhi
The old employees can't resort to this action. It is the management Prerogative to fix salary of a new employees. Discuss and try to convince. Don't revise the salary of old employees. This will give way for bad precedence. Otherwise take action against old employees
R Rajasekaran

From India, Chennai
""It is the management Prerogative to fix salary of a new employees. Discuss and try to convince.""
Management must exercise prerogative also in a reasonable manner.
Did these two new employees bring something additional in form of knowledge,qualification etc.?
The fact that new employees are hired for the same job at higher pay will create unhappiness.
Management will have to try and convince old employees and not see it purely from discipline angle alone.

From India, Pune
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