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The Average Salary Increment In India: 9.6% In FY19, Retail Sectors Increase The Most

In the latest report, KPMG has addressed salary increment, variable pay, benefits and the employee attrition and retention rate in India. The report, titled India's Annual Compensation Trends Survey for the year 2018-19, aimed its analysis on 272 companies across 18 sectors....

With 3X Bigger Than English User-Base, Indian Language Users Are Set To Take Over The Internet By 2021 [REPORT]

With a population of over 1.3 billion people, India undoubtedly has one of the largest potential user bases of the internet. Despite the immense possibilities, this potential has largely remained untapped until now. This is partly due to digital...

The Average Salary Hike In India Is Expected to Be 9.7% In 2017-2018, eCommerce to Offer Highest Increment [REPORT]

The employment scenario in India is flourishing despite startup industry stares to correction and consolidation. The attrition rate, an increment in salary and variable pay are the major concerns for an employer and employee in India. Interestingly, all the...
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TikTok Acquisition: Not A Cake Walk for Microsoft

After President Trump announced an order banning US companies' transactions with Chinese businesses, which is set to come into effect 45 days...

Can ‘Made In India’ Twitter Alternative Replicate Twitter’s Success?

The popular microblogging platform Twitter has a new Indian clone and it is all set to capture the non-English users in the...