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The simple answer is "yes, this is almost certainly legal". Unless it was actually written into your contract that you are entitled to a raise every year, they are not required to give you anything; an Excel file giving "expectations" does not create a legally binding contract, and neither does a bonus. (Of course, what is legally ...


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I see that you are in India, which has slightly odd rules (for westerners), but this should still be appropriate; Talk to the new company; make sure they know that you have 90 days notice to serve, but you are trying to get that reduced. If they insist on 75 days, that's a red flag anyway. If the new company is OK with your notice period, resign. Give the ...


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“Is it legal” is rarely the right question, but “what do I do about it”. If you don’t agree with the changes in the contract (I wouldn’t) and think you are underpaid anyway, then tell your manager you think he doesn’t appreciate your good work, and ask him why in his opinion you shouldn’t look for a better position elsewhere. In this case, there is little ...


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I don't disagree with other answers, esp. the high-ranked ones. But maybe a few more questions that you should answer for yourself, to make it clearer to yourself what your goals and priorities should be: Do you feel your skills and what you have to offer a new employer are sufficiently scarce that such a new employer would be happy to wait 3 months for you ...


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Unless you're on minimum wage, there's no legal right to a pay rise. So if they want to tie your pay rise to a change of contract, they can. If they are canny, the pay they are offering will be matched to your industry norms for an employee at your grade. The profitability of the company isn't really a factor in that. It can be a problem if you hit the ...


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I am in India, and I had a similar situation, where the offer was that I had to join within 60 days, but my then employer had a 90 day notice requirement. I had worked there for 10 years, on great terms, and I had a chat with my manager and told him that I wanted to leave and wanted a reduction in the notice period. They took their own sweet time about ...


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