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Compensation System of Eskayef Pharmaceuticals Limited (SK+F


Table of Content
Chapter-1 Introduction Page No.
1.1 Origin of the Study
1.2 Statement of the Study
1.3 Significance and Rational of the Study
1.4 Objectives of the Study
1.4.1 Major Objectives
1.4.2 Specific Objectives
1.5 Scope and Limitations of the Report
Certificate of the organization and supervisor
Chapter-2 Review of Related Literature
2.1 Review of Relevant Studies
2.2 Introduction to Eskayef Pharmaceuticals Limited (SK+F)
2.2 Background of Eskayef Pharmaceuticals Limited (SK+F)
2.3 About Eskayef
2.3.1 Mission Statement
2.3.2 Vision Statement
2.3.3 Objectives
2.4 Milestones of Eskayef
2.5 Functional Structure of SK+F
2.6 International Brands
2.7 Corporate Information at a Glance

Chapter 3: A brief Overview of the Organization

Chapter-4 Methodology of the Study
3.1 Population Parameter
3.2 Sampling Design
3.3 Methods of Data Collection
3.4 Phases of Collecting Data
3.5 Sources of Data
3.5.1 Primary Sources of Data
3.5.2 Secondary Sources of Data
3.6 Data Processing and Analysis
3.7 Data Analysis Techniques

8 Loan 5.2.7 Salary Month/Period Cycle 5. Deduction 5.5 Payment Mode 5.4.1 Travel Allowances and Policy 5.2.3 Seniority Based Pay 4.2.4 Benefits of Services 4.4 Employee Earnings.10.2 Merit Pay 4.2 Transfer Allowances Equity 4.4 Strategic Objectives of Compensation System 4.3 Compliance with Laws and Regulations Chapter-6 Analysis and Findings 5.Chapter-5 Theoretical Aspects Employee Grades 5.1 Compensation Need and Effect on Organization 5.1 Effectiveness and Efficiency 4.11 Bonus 5.1 Basic Wages 4.2.10 Other Allowances and Policy 5.3 Analysis and Findings of SK+F Compensation System(Still Working with this) Chapter-7 Recommendations and Conclusion Extra Work Allowances (Over Time) 5.4 All types of Allowances and Policy of Field Force 5.2 Merit of Skill Based Pay 4.2 Forms of Compensation 4.2.2 Compensation System in Eskayef Pharmaceuticals Limited (SK+F) 5.9 Benefits Given to Employees 5.10.3 Incentives 4.1 Definition of Compensation 4.2 Recommendations . Variable Pay Salary Structure Change Process and Pay Scale 5.3 Car and Motor Allowances and Policy Measurement of Compensation Performance Based Pay Designation 5.3.1 Summary of the Findings 6.1 Employee Categories 5.10.

6.3 Conclusion Bibliography .