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I joined an UK based BPO company located in Pune in the year 2018. At the time of pre-induction we were informed that the salary can be negiotiated in case one is not happy with the salary that is been offered. The issue that I faced was that I didn't get the opportunity to discuss my salary with the HR. In fact I received the " Letter of intent " via an email after the pre induction session was conducted. Now the other issue was than I received the letter of intent on Friday and my joining date was Monday. Saturday Sunday been a week off I was not able to contact the HR and hence I was not able to discuss the salary. Also I came to know via my colleagues that they were contacted by the HR via call much before the pre induction session was conducted and they also negotiated the salary whereas in my case I did not receive any call from the Recruitment team. There was a time I assumed that the salary offered to me must be right and must be as per current market rate. However, as months passed, I came to know via my colleagues that in spite of having less experience than me they were given a good package( Much better Package!!!). This is bothering me because the difference between my package and my colleagues who joined with me is between Rs 10000 - Rs 12000/ month (Yes per month). I am comparing the salary after earning the maximum incentives that one earns per month in the same band/ designation. I have already highlighted this issue to the HR and my Line manager, however, it seems they are least interested in resolving my salary issue.
I really want to get this issue resolved. I want to know the best way to get this highlighted to the higher management. (Well , by higher management I mean the real person behind the table).

From India, Pune
My friend, I would suggest that you walk to your HR team and talk to them personally. Still you feel that your concerned are not heard to, write an official email to the HR head and your reporting hierarchy head about the salary concerns that you have. Try to have your mail brief, precise and affirmative. Still if no one hears to your situation then I would suggest that there are many opportunities waiting for you outside. However, before accepting any offer, be double sure of what you are accepting. Because there is no second chance.
From India, Mumbai
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