The average Indian salary in 2015 will be much the same as in 2014, according to two recently published reports on income trends in Asia. Findings show that while the overall average salary in India will rise by around 11 percent, inflation will cut the increase in “real terms” to around 3.5 percent.
Choosing where to source from can be a stress-inducing process. In this excerpt from an article in our latest India Briefing magazine, we discuss some of the key advantages that India possesses as a sourcing destination over one of its principal rivals: China.
The Indian government has recently released its holiday schedule for 2015. The schedule differs in several instances to 2014’s calendar, with a number of restricted holidays changing status to become gazetted (public) holidays, and vice-versa.
Salaries in India are projected to increase by an average of 10 percent in 2014, according to Aon Hewitt’s Annual Salary Increase Survey, released on Wednesday.
The Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions has announced the official holiday schedule for 2014. In this article, we highlight the relevant holidays and corresponding dates for our readers in India.
In Asia Briefing Magazine’s first issue of 2014, we provide a country-by-country introduction to how payroll and social insurance systems work in China, Hong Kong, Vietnam, India and Singapore. We also compare three distinct models companies use to manage their payroll across various countries with external vendors, and explain the differences among three main models: country-by-country, managed, and integrated models while highlighting some benefits and drawbacks of each.
In a recent survey conducted by the Global Initiative for Restructuring Environment and Management (GIREM) and real estate consultancy firm DTZ, Bangalore has been ranked as India’s top business destination in terms of infrastructure, human capital, city culture and basic quality of living.
Oct. 23 – Dezan Shira & Associates’ professional personnel speak at numerous events, host regular podcasts, and are often interviewed by global media concerning developments in India. All of this is then captured and placed on the multimedia section of our website. Please see below an example of the downloadable multimedia available to our readers.[…..]