Consolidation/merger of businesses by telecom service providers will lead to talent instability across industries.

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The scenario is another indicator that the IT industry going through a tough phase.

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The average salary increase across sectors is expected to be 9.7 per cent in this fiscal, 6 points less than the actual figure of last fiscal.

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While take-home salary has emerged as the common preferred salary component, there are distinct differences in other perks desired.

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This implies an increase 16 percent in basic, 63 percent increase in allowances, and a 24 per cent increase in pension. 

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Thursday, 18 February 2016 10:51

Increments to stay stable at 10.3%

Startups and companies in their early stages will continue to provide maximum increments in order to retain and attract talent. 

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The biggest challenge for organisations is to retain employees as attrition increases from 10.3 per cent to 12.6 per cent between 2014 and 2015.

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Even if India’s inflation rate of 6.4 per cent is factored in, the real wage increase will be 4.7 per cent, implying double the growth rate of 2015.  

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Friday, 27 November 2015 10:05

Towers Watson predicts a 10.8 % hike in 2016

Employers and employees have a different set of beliefs and expectations in the current situation, and this isn’t a healthy trend.

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Monday, 23 November 2015 09:58

After effects of 7th Pay Commission

I have decided to resign from the post of Executive. I have realised, with the new pay commission, private sector jobs are not so alluring any more -- a peon with the central government draws higher salary than me.

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