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Indians accept lower paying jobs if they have to travel more for work, says research

Indians accept lower paying jobs if they have to travel more for work, says research

The findings also reflect a broader trend identified by Booking.com for Business which reveals that employees are increasingly smudging the line between business and leisure. 

Check out: Do you think you are better than your boss?

Check out: Do you think you are better than your boss?

Almost four in 10 Indian employees believe they could do their boss' job better, reveals a new survey by CareerBuilder India.

Starting salaries in India amongst lowest in Asia Pacific: Study

Starting salaries in India amongst lowest in Asia Pacific: Study

Entry-level salaries in India are amongst the lowest in the Asia Pacific region, a study by professional services firm Towers Watson says.

Indian employees most engaged globally: Report

A majority of Indian employees are performing intensely and their work engagement level is highest in the world, a new study says.

Indian employees more engaged than their global peers: Report

Indian employees are more engaged than their global counterparts but still 54 percent of them remain somewhat dissatisfied in their jobs signaling an urgent need for companies to take proactive steps, says a report.

78% Indian employees feel they should save more for retirement

Even as Indian employees are expecting to retire around 60 years, 78 percent believe that they will need to save more for retirement, according to a recent survey.

Niche talent to see 20% salary hike this year: Teamlease

A number of other industries such as FMCD, FMCG, construction and real estate, media and entertainment and retail deliver salary growth rates upwards of 10 percent.

'Stress-related ailments in Indian employees due to job fears'

Globally, 48 percent of respondents felt their stress levels had risen in the past year.

Indian employees most optimistic on eco situation for 2013

Indian employees are most optimistic about the country's economy as 83 percent of the workforce believe that situation would improve in the New Year, says a survey.

'Indian employees prefer pleasant colleagues, job security to pay'

It is not just a matter of heavy pay packets anymore as majority of Indian employees are willing to compromise on salary provided they have job security and pleasant colleagues at work place, says a survey.

Indian employees are happier lot with work-life balance: Study

Notwithstanding longer working hours than before, most of the Indian employees are a happier lot as they are able to strike a good balance between their work and personal lives, says a Regus study.

Indians prefer long-term job security over salary: Survey

With the market uncertainty, Indian employees prefer financially healthy companies and long-term job security over salary, a survey says.

60% Indian employees looking for frequent job change: Kelly

A considerable portion of Indian employees are unhappy with their current jobs and 60 percent of them are planning to look for a new job with another employer within a year, says a survey.

India Inc may hike salary up to 20% in 2012

Employees in India seem to have a reason to cheer despite the prevailing economic uncertainties, as they could get pay hikes of as much as 20 percent this year, as per two different salary surveys released Tuesday.