2021 saw plenty of interesting developments in the world of work, from big tech companies enhancing their bonuses and benefits, to enormous shifts predicted in employment and workers becoming increasingly concerned about their jobs. Here, we look back to curate eight of this year's most read news stories for you.
Accenture offers one-time bonus to its employees
In March, IT giant Accenture announced a one-time bonus for employees, equivalent to one week of base pay. Read on to find out why.
60% fear their jobs will be replaced by automation
A PwC study found that workers fear their jobs are at risk, and they're eager to embrace training and upskilling. But will that really even the playing field?
India's IT industry may lose 3 MN jobs by 2022
Low-skilled jobs are in the greatest danger, warned a Bank of America report. Read on to find out what's causing it.
90% of women hesitate to ask for a raise at work
They don't feel supported, and they suffer from imposter syndrome. Read on for the rest of the findings from Harappa Education.
TCS plans to hire over 40,000 people in 2022
Tata Consultancy Services went on a hiring spree this year and had an employee base over 500,000 as of July 2021. Here are the rest of their plans.
Myntra enhances leave benefits
Unlimited wellness leave, enhanced caregiver leave, increased and inclusive wedding leave. Read on to find out what else they offer today.
IBM hiring locally for new Hyderabad facility
IBM announced in November that they'd be hiring local talent to staff this new BPO centre. Find out more about the new facility.
Ratan-Tata backed AI startup to triple headcount
In February, this Bengaluru-based firm backed by the famous industrialist announced it was hiring at scale. Read on to find out which startup this is.
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