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Biz confidence not reflecting in pay: India Inc expects only 10.6% salary hike this yr

Updated : Feb 19, 2015

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Category : Business

Biz confidence not reflecting in pay: India Inc expects only 10.6% salary hike this yr

Sectors such as life sciences, engineering services, chemicals and media are among the industries with higher increase in pay than the market average. #Salary #India Inc #Salary Hikes #business confidence #Aon Hewitt
Worst over for job market? HR experts expect double-digit hikes in 2014

Updated : Dec 16, 2013

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Category : Business

Worst over for job market? HR experts expect double-digit hikes in 2014

The sectors that are likely to drive the job market include IT, healthcare, education, development sector moreover the new retail banking licences are also expected to give a decent hiring trend in year 2014. #JobAlert #TeamLease Services #job market #Salary Hikes #Naukri.com
It's employers' job market: expect variable pay cut, flat offers at IIMs

Updated : Sep 06, 2013

By : FP Staff

Category : Economy

It's employers' job market: expect variable pay cut, flat offers at IIMs

Employers gain upper hand in the job market during a slowdown. Those seeking jobs will have to settle for lower salaries while those with a job can forget about salary hikes until the situation improves.

#jobs #IIMs #Slowdown #India Inc #Salary Hikes #B schools
Hero union workers end strike; to meet management today

Updated : Mar 04, 2013

By : FP Staff

Category : Business

Hero union workers end strike; to meet management today

Five Union members of Hero MotoCorp who went on a hunger strike since 28 February ended the strike today, reported Ronojoy Banerjee of CNBC TV18. #Hunger strike #Hero MotoCorp #CNBCTV18Exclusive #Salary Hikes
Chart: India Inc salaries rise 17 percent in 2012

Updated : Jul 19, 2012

By : Sanjit Oberai

Category : Business

Chart: India Inc salaries rise 17 percent in 2012

A quick study by Firstpost shows salaries and wage component of companies rose 17 percent overall in 2011-12 against 40 percent in 2010-11, so far. #NumberCrunching #M&M #Shree Renuka Sugars #Salary Hikes #Sterlite Inds