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CXOs move from large corporates to smaller ones for wealth creation

15 Nov 2021  by   The Economic Times

The trend of chief executives, CXOs and CFOs leaving large corporates for unicorns or soonicorns is set to continue in the next 12 months, the report by executive search firm Positive Moves Consulting said.

Indian firms turn to deferred bonuses to retain top talent as attrition surges

13 Nov 2021  by   Business Today

With record levels of PE/VC funding flowing into Indian startups and several of them turning into unicorns, the new-age firms have been hiring aggressively to grow their ventures.

Worried about retirement planning? Subscribe to your employer provided retirement benefits

28 Oct 2021  by   CNBC-TV 18

With a host of long-term retirement products available across asset classes, employees in current times are spoilt for choice. However, benefits of employer sponsored Retirement plans like Provident Fund (PF) and National Pension System (NPS) are often overlooked by employees.

Cheer for employees as 2022 likely to usher in fatter pay cheques

24 Oct 2021  by   Business Today

Consulting firm Deloitte's early projection of 8.6 per cent hike for 2022 is an increase from the 8 per cent it concluded for 2021.

How SEBI’s recent diktat on asset management companies may result in employee churn

13 Oct 2021  by   The Economic Times

Industry leaders say the SEBI circular may impact the talent market in the short run, and we can expect an increase in employee churn and increasing talent costs in the next few cycles due to retention and attraction strategies.

More employees back to feeling at home in office

05 Oct 2021  by   The Economic Times

The sectors where the majority of employees are likely to return to office sooner than the rest include financial institutions, engineering, manufacturing, automotive, retail and chemicals, according to Aon's Future of Work Survey, exclusively shared with ET.

Startups pay higher increments to retain talent than overall industry; over 50% employees exceed expectations

24 Sep 2021  by   Financial Express

Indian startups are paying nearly double salary increments to retain talent as compared to the overall industry.

Culture of an organisation will drive decisions on remote/hybrid work: Nitin Sethi, CEO (human capital solutions), Aon, India & South Asia

09 Sep 2021  by   Financial Express

There are industry nuances to this, product tech companies are more likely to drive much more flexible/ virtual models, however, industries that are sales heavy, operations heavy would want people to come back to normal working models sooner rather than later.

Salary increase for India Inc. expected to be 9.4% in 2022: Aon

08 Sep 2021  by   People Matters

The projected salary increase has risen to 9.4% in 2022 as compared to 7.7% in 2021.

As Covid cases recede, firms offer return gifts to get staff back to office

06 Sep 2021  by   Business Standard

As Covid-19 cases recede, India Inc is once again tweaking work rules. Big tech companies such as TCS, Wipro and Infosys have either begun or are in the process of calling employees back to office in a staggered manner.