Companies that did not increase their employees' salaries in 2022 will make wage hikes in the first half of this year, according to a survey of more than 200 companies.
A large number of employers in the manufacturing sector are planning a rise between 6 and 11%. The situation is similar in the field of information technologies and trade, where income growth of about 10% is expected.
The main goal of the business is to retain its employees through financial incentives, as well as to attract talented young people.
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