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With only a 10 per cent increase in salaries in sight for the next year, the way to keep employees contented will be through rewards and recognition.

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The next decade or two may see retirees in India facing the challenge of inadequate incomes.

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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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India’s employee health benefit programmes include dependents, which makes them stand apart from other countries’ benefits in the Asia Pacific region

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The deal will add tremendous value to KPMG's People & Change practice.

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A report by Towers Watson indicates that Indian companies are seeing a major gap between the amount they spend on employee benefits and the value they get in return.

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Tuesday, 24 February 2015 01:58

High engagement does not ensure high retention

As per Towers Watson, in India around 42 per cent of highly engaged employees are likely to call it quits whereas the global average is only 26 per cent.

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Rakyan is the global data services practice leader for the Asia Pacific region. This move re-emphasises the company’s focus on the Indian market.

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