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Pay hikes in 2016 to be slightly lower at 10.3%: Study

Pay hikes in 2016 to be slightly lower at 10.3%: Study

Employees in India can expect an average pay increase of 10.3 percent across various job roles in 2016 with chemicals and high technology industries likely to lead the market in terms of salary hikes.

Hay Group to nurture 100 Indian startups`

Global management consultancy Hay Group will help 100 selected entrepreneurs transform their startups into successful companies of the future.

73% of biz leaders creating demotivating work environment: Survey

India can become a world-class manufacturing destination, but there is an acute deficit of "impactful leaders" in this sector and a vast majority of 73 percent business leaders were creating a "demotivating work environment", according to global consulting firm Hay Group.

Sr managers paid 11.7 times higher than lower level staff

Reflecting a increasing pay disparity in India during last six years, senior managers have been paid 11.7 times more than their lower level workers, according to a Hay Group study.

Entry level professionals lack soft skills to succeed: Report

Businesses across India are increasingly finding it difficult to hire graduates who have the self-awareness and self-management skills to succeed in their organisations, a Hay Group survey said.

P&G, GE world's best firms in terms of leadership: Haygroup

The global management consulting firm today released its ninth annual Best Companies for Leadership Study.

ITC, L&T, HUL India's most admired companies

FMCG giant ITC is India's most admired company, followed by engineering major L&T and Hindustan Unilever Ltd, according to a list compiled by Fortune India.

TCS India's most admired company

The top 10 of India's most admired companies also include SBI (5th), L&T (6th), Tata Steel (7th), ONGC (8th), Maruti Suzuki (9th) and ICICI Bank (10th).

Four factors put world's best cos ahead of the pack: Study

Global management consultancy Hay Group has identified four main factors that distinguish the world's most admired companies from the rest and said organisations should incorporate these to achieve "long-term success".

Average pay for CEOs crosses Rs 2-crore mark in India: Study

The average annual compensation for a CEO in India stands at over Rs two crore and is nearly 2.6 times the pay package for other top business executives in the country, as per a new study.