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Salary hikes at 7.7 percent this year, according to Aon India's forecasts

23 Feb 2021  by   Forbes India

Despite a tough 2020, India continues to project the highest salary increases among BRIC nations, according to Aon’s 25th Annual Salary Increase Survey in India.

India Inc figures out new salary structures to meet labour codes

23 Feb 2021  by   Business Standard

The new definition under the Code of Wages, 2019, includes three components: Basic pay, dearness allowance and retention payment.

India Inc likely to offer 7.7% average salary hike in 2021

23 Feb 2021  by   Money Control

The Salary Increase Survey by professional services firm Aon showed that 88 percent of surveyed companies reported that they intend to increase salaries in 2021 in India.

Changes in basic pay structure will ease pay programme administration

20 Feb 2021  by   The Economic Times

According to Nitin Sethi, CEO, India and South Asia - Performance, Rewards & Organisation Effectiveness, Aon, this is a part of the move to clean and simplify compensation structures.

Government to include 4-day work week

11 Feb 2021  by   Zee Business

Vishal Grover panel discussion over New job code: Government to include 4-day work week.

Will new wage code hit your take-home pay?

10 Feb 2021  by   The Economic Times

Big-ticket components under analysis include a retrospective increase in liabilities for benefit plans, such as gratuity and leave encashment, particularly for organisations where the employee base is long-tenured.

Union Budget 2021 to create job opportunities for white-collar workforce: Experts

03 Feb 2021  by   Money Control

While the Budget announcements are aimed at spurring job creation for blue-collar workers, human resource (HR) experts are of the opinion that the proposed schemes and outlays also carry ample potential of creating white-collar jobs.

How do you feel about career opportunities in your city right now? Has COVID-19 impacted different cities differently?

03 Feb 2021  by   LinkedIn News

LinkedIn’s latest #WorkforceConfidenceIndex finds that workers in urban Ahmedabad and Pune are among the most optimistic about their job, financial and career outlook. The survey, which covered eight centres, finds that Greater Chennai and Kolkata area were in the next slot, followed by Delhi, Mumbai Metropolitan Region and Bengaluru, while Greater Hyderabad area scored the lowest.