FirstCry com Purchase Executive Salaries
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How much does a Purchase Executive at FirstCry com make?
The typical FirstCry com Purchase Executive salary is ₹3,03,629 per year. Purchase Executive salaries at FirstCry com can range from ₹1,96,035 - ₹4,60,324 per year. This estimate is based upon 13 FirstCry com Purchase Executive salary report(s) provided by employees or estimated based upon statistical methods. When factoring in bonuses and additional compensation, a Purchase Executive at FirstCry com can expect to make an average total pay of ₹3,03,629 per year.
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#Urgent #Help I need some suggestions from your end. I am currently having 2.5 years of experience as a .net developer. My current CTC is 7 lpa. Holding an offer from TCS with 9.5 lpa. Recently, I got an offer from HSBC with 11.27 lpa (10.5 fixed). I think HSBC as being a financial firm has low balled me. Offer letter is already released. So shall I negotiate the salary. As I am expecting 14-15 lpa. Kindly suggest me what should I do? Or is it the fair salary that hsbc is offering. HSBC India
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The average salary for a Purchase Executive is ₹3,62,945 per year in India, which is 19% higher than the average FirstCry com salary of ₹3,03,629 per year for this job.
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- Maternity & Paternity Leave(4 comments)
‘sufficient leaves are provided in paternity leaves’
- Health Care & Insurance(3 comments)
‘never needed to use, but it is of industry standards’