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Sonal Khetarpal
New Delhi, May 23, 2018
Workplace automation, including the use of artificial intelligence and robotics, is expected to double in India in the coming three years which is expected to be more than the global and APAC average, according to the Global Future of Work survey by advisory company Willis Towers Watson.

May 23, 2018

March 11, 2018

Sonal Khetarpal
New Delhi, November 9, 2017
Salary allocation for top performers in 2017 increased to 39 per cent up from last year's 38 per cent. On the other hand, the budget set aside for average performance budgets decreased by 1 per cent to 27 per cent.

New Delhi, November 15, 2016
According to the 2016 Salary Budget Planning (Q3) Report released by global advisory, broking and solutions company Willis Towers Watson, salaries in India are projected to rise 10 per cent in 2017, same as the actual increase in 2016.

BT Online
New Delhi, August 9, 2016
The research found that almost 54 per cent were worried about their future financial state.

New Delhi, June 7, 2016
Annual base salaries in India across levels are the lowest in the Asia Pacific region, says a survey. Willis Towers Watson today also said that China's base salaries across all job grades are higher than in India by 64-100 per cent.

Teena Jain Kaushal
New Delhi, March 7, 2016
Cesses will make many services expensive, but the real hit may be the tax on EPF, though there is no clarity on this front yet.

By Sonal Khetarpal
Delhi, April 16, 2016
Companies have found a new appetite for frequent feedback to employees. But will the strategy pay off?

Sambhav Rakyan
March 1, 2016
Pay parity is part of a larger issue -diversity and inclusion -and is a major concern that can affect an organisation's competitive standing as an employer.

Sambhav Rakyan
December 23, 2015
The competition for talent won't go away, so optimising workforce programmes that attract, retain and engage talent will also be critical.

New Delhi, November 26, 2015
According to the Towers Watson 2015-16 Asia-Pacific Salary Budget Planning Report, India is expected to see an overall projected salary hike of 10.8 per cent.

September 8, 2015
\"The average monthly starting pay in India is around $400 (Rs 24,000), less than one-fifth of the equivalent paid in South Korea and Singapore\", said the study by Towers Watson's Data Services.

New Delhi, June 18, 2015
Indian companies are expected to offer the highest salary hike in the Asia Pacific.

Ajita Shashidhar
January 22, 2015
Cecil Hemingway and Andrew Heard of Tower Watson on how employee benefit is becoming an important component of an employee's compensation package in India.

New Delhi, January 12, 2015
Companies like Infosys and HCL Tech are now giving out expensive gifts to their respective top-performing employees.

New Delhi, December 15, 2014
The companies are promising an estimated 3-5 lakh new jobs, an increase of 15-20 per cent in headcount and average pay hike of 10-12 per cent.

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