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Old 06-30-2017, 06:09 AM   #1
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I am a regular employee on this company for two years, and my salary is still on minimum wage... right now, the president increase all of employees salary except me. Other regular employees (new regular employees for about only 5 or 6 months hired on this company) has increased their salary and higher than my salary. my salary is about 9,000 a month but the new regular employees have 10,500 a month... i am the only employee on this company who is in minimum wage... Do my rights to salary increase been violated?.
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Old 06-30-2017, 10:16 AM   #2
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It all depends on the appraisal process of your company. Each company have their own criteria for salary increment and the employees who are arrayed in that appraisal process will get a salary increment. If it seems that you are not included in the appraisal process you can discuss it with your supervisor/manager regarding the reason for not considering your workmanship.
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Your employer has reserved rights for this when you signed the contract with them. The employer with its discretion can appraise or retain salary but cannot do the other way. Every employer has their own criterion like performance in work. There are really some cases when the newly hired employers has bigger salary. Why? Because they want to be competitive with regards to salary package since it's a business. That is why it is against the company's law to disclose and compare your salary to other employees. If you have some questions, approach your HR.
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Do my rights to salary increase been violated?.
You have no right to a raise. Maybe you do your job worse than all the others. What did your boss say when you asked him?
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