Thread Started by #Sridharan A

Dear Sirs,
Kindly clarify about the following..
In grade pay system, an employee's pay scale 5000-500-20500 in first year, third year he will get basic 6500 in same grade, if he promoted to the next grade he will be in third stage of that grade or from first of that grade?
Sridharan A
HR
7th April 2016 From India, Coimbatore
It is difficult to tell at what stage he can be when he is promoted as the formula for fitment on promotion is part of internal policy.However the basic principle for fitment on promotion can be that the employee shall be fitted at a stage higher in the garde than what he would be in the present grade, had he not been promoted.Other views are welcome.
B.Saikumar

7th April 2016 From India, Mumbai
He will be fitted in the next higher scale Let us say he is getting Rs 6500 in present grade,on promotion he will move above Rs6500 in the next grade
7th April 2016 From India, Pune
I Suppose; considering that he is a Jr. Mech.Engr. in the Grade of Rs. 5000-500-6000-750-9000, when he is Promoted as Asst.Mech.Engr., he can be fixed in the next higher Grade of Rs. 6000-750-9,000-1000- with any fitment in the higher grade.
Pl.contact for complete Designation-wise, Category-wise Pay Scale for all posts in Mfg. Cos.from Un-Skilled to President/MD.
8.4.16
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8th April 2016 From India, Mumbai
The query is unintelligent, may be it is because it is purely hypothetical. Grade Pay is a novel concept introduced for the Central Government Servants on the recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission and adopted by many State Governments. It is constant for a particular grade (for instance, it is Rs.1900/- for an LDC and Rs.2400/- for a UDC) it remains same so long as he continues in the same. On promotion the employee would be placed the grade of that post.
What is shown in the query is a scale of pay. On promotion, the employee will be placed in the scale of pay of promoted post. Fitment will be based on the pay in the lower post.
The queriest is requested to post the correct information, if he really has a problem
8th April 2016 From India, Kochi
Many times it is seen that an employee is promoted but continues to do the same work as he was doing before promotion. This is not a good practice. A promotion must be accompanied with higher responsibility which naturally means higher grade and higher pay. A mere increase in the salary can be achieved by an extra increment/s also.
9th April 2016 From India, Pune
Dear All,
We are a Project management organisation, doing construction supervision,at present we are following performance based salary system, we are in the plan to adopt grade pay system from site supervisor to project manager, this is new to us, concept and job analysis are under progress, kindly suggest this grade pay system is appropriate to the private organisations?
11th April 2016 From India, Coimbatore
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