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KPO/LPO: career ladder

Hindustan Times  New Delhi, May 12, 2008
First Published: 19:30 IST(12/5/2008) | Last Updated: 22:27 IST(12/5/2008)
KPO
Junior Research Analyst (graduates)
Salary: Rs. 2.5-3 lakh per annum

Research Analyst
(MBA) Salary: Rs. 3.5-4.5 lakh per annum

Senior Reseach Analyst (Two years experience)
Salary: Rs. 5-8 lakh per annum

Assistant Managers (Four years experience)
Salary: Rs. 8- 12 lakh per annum

Research Managers (Five to six years experience)
Salary: Rs. 12 -18 lakh per annum

Associate Vice President (Seven-ten years experience)
Salary: Rs. 18 - 22 lakh per annum

Vice President (10-15 years experience)
Salary: Rs. 24 - 32 lakhs per annum

Chief Operating Officer/ CEO (above 15 years of experience)
Salary: above Rs. 35 lakhs per annum

LPO
Junior Associate Attorney
Job: Drafts contracts and undertakes legal research. He or she must undergo two weeks of training on the American style of writing, as well as training on research tools such as Westlaw and Lexiz Nexix, which one can use to refer to US cases or statutes.

Monthly salary: Starts at Rs. 20,000, but six months after the company confirms you, your salary could rise to between Rs. 23,000 and Rs. 30,000.

Senior Associate Attorney
Job: Undertakes projects such as reviewing contracts or analysing cases. Also reviews functioning of junior associate attorney.
Monthly salary: Rs. 35,000 to Rs. 40,000

Team Lead Attorney
Job: Manages a team of five to six attorneys for small projects. Is accountable for the team and is answerable to the project leader. Also conducts training for attorneys and sorts out their queries
Monthly salary: Rs. 42,000 to Rs. 46,000

Project Lead Attorney
Job: Responsible for one big project that requires a dedicated team, and also controls quality. Prepares legal reports.
Monthly salary: Rs. 46,000 to Rs. 52,000

Legal manager
Job: Is in charge of multiple projects. In addition, two or three project lead attorneys will report to this person.
Monthly salary: Rs. 70,000 to Rs. 1 lakh
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