Shortage of talent to drive up increments upto 22% in various sectors, say firms like Hay Group, Mercer, Aon Hewitt

February 2015
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The article reports on the salary hikes that tipped to go on an overdrive with increments in excess of 22% in various sectors due to shortage of talent based on the estimates from leading talent and compensation firms Hay Group Holdings Inc., Mercer, and Aon Hewitt in India.


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