120% Salary Hike For TCS, Wipro, Infosys and Other IT Firm Workers to Retain Them!!

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120% Salary Hike For TCS, Wipro, Infosys and Other IT Firm Workers to Retain Them!!
120% Salary Hike For TCS, Wipro, Infosys and Other IT Firm Workers to Retain Them!!

120% Salary Hike For TCS, Wipro, Infosys and Other IT Firm Workers to Retain Them. Information Technology and Software sectors in the nation will likely increase the salary of their employee’s upto 120 percentages. The important reason for this companies attitude is that the IT and software sectors including the biog IT companies like TCS, Wipro, Infosys are affected from the continuous attrition for past some months.  To retain their profession techie’s among this attrition, IT firms take in hand this kind of salary hike and bonus giving ideas.

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Full stack Developers in the IT companies need to get the salary increment. They need the salary hike in the range between 70 to 120 percentages. Most of the IT companies of the nation including the big firms like TCS, Wipro are affected from the negative impact of the attrition from the past quarter of the fiscal months. Some IT giants are also having the plan to provide bonuses to retain their Knowledging employees.

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Leading Software firm Wipro decided to increase salary percentage of their workforce. They also announced the activation date of this salary hike. As per the company’s report, the wage increment for their workers will get effect from the month of September 1st 2022. Another big firm TCS have an idea to hike their employees salary from 5 to 8 percentages. TCS announced that the excellent performers among their work force will also get some hike increments.

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