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I have been working in a company since July..I was recruited from college.....My package is 4.75....The same company went to my college and recruited my Juniors..Their package is 5.3 lakh...Now I am expecting my appraisal to happen by July...If my revised pay package is <= my juniors pay package am planning to quit the company soon after the hike....How many months do I need to stay in my company after the hike.Is 2 months good enough....because I have heard some people say that the new employer would base the salary on the previous 6 month salary information...?

Any idea?
 
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Brother,whats the name of the company?Microsoft,Yahoo!??Your package is very good.
 
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Really good package what is ur company name boss....
 
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New joiness salaries will be given based on one condition that they are not eligible for next appraisal. So your juniors may be getting more now but definitely your salary will be more after appraisal. There is no rule that you need stay minimum months after appraisal. Always you can tell to your new employer that your appraisal is due and you are expecting x % of hike and based on that you can negotiate. But if you leave your current company before apparisal you will loose your bonus(if you have).

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hi prasad,

it's common boss. it's all depends on market sistuation. my juniours are getting more than mine even after appraisal. don worry. put ur best and let ur manager know ur concern
 
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