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7 in 10 companies planning wage raise

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Some seven out of 10 companies raised their salaries in 2021, and the proportion of companies looking to do so this year is the same, according to a survey by profession.hu.

In 2022, wage increases will typically emerge as a company-wide intervention, instead of only certain groups within the company being affected.

The most common reason for raising the budget is inflation, while the most important reason mentioned by the respondents was the retention of employees. More than 500 companies were involved in the survey.

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