The Relationship Between Work Experience and Employee Compensation: A Case Study of the Indian IT Industry
Mihir Dash (),
Suprabha Bakshi and
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Suprabha Bakshi: School of Business, Alliance University, India
Aarushi Chugh: Tata Consultancy Services, India
Journal of Applied Management and Investments, 2017, vol. 6, issue 1, 5-10
Work experience is one of the important factors affecting employee compensation. Employers regard experience as an indicator of performance in a similar role or industry. Thus, experience affects the ability of individuals to get a job, affects their starting salary, and plays a role in determining increments and promotions. However, there is mixed evidence in the literature, with some studies finding a significant positive impact, while others have found no significant relationship. The current study examines the relationship between work experience and salary for three groups of employees in the IT sector, representing low, medium, and high levels of experience.
Keywords: work experience; employee compensation; IT sector (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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