India Inc likely to give 9.3% salary hikes next year
The Free Press Journal|October 21, 2021
RISE TO BE HIGHEST IN ASIA-PACIFIC AS OPTIMISM RETURNS OVER IMPROVED BIZ OUTLOOK: WILLIS TOWERS WATSON

Higher salaries in India are making a comeback with 9.3% hike being expected in 2022, from 8% in 2021, and with companies planning to give employees larger raises as they face mounting challenges of attracting and retaining employees, according to a report.

Salaries are projected to see a median salary increase of 9.3% next year compared to the actual median salary increase of 8% in 2021, according to the 'Salary Budget Planning Report' by global advisory, broking and solutions company Willis Towers Watson.

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