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2/21/21

Job Opportunity / Youth Ready Judges Ready, the company will hire 200 new people



Honsa Consumer Pvt Ltd, which sells personal care products under the MamaArt brand, said it would hire 200 people this year. The company said sales of their products in Tier-1 and Tier-2 cities have grown significantly and online business has grown exponentially. HCPL said its revenue has increased to over Rs 500 crore this year and is projected to double in the near future.


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Set a target of Rs 1,000 crore

"We are 300 now and by the end of this year we will be 500," said Varun Alaghe, co-founder and CEO of the company. 100 of them will be part of the offline retail force and will handle the main growth force, DTC force, user service, marketing force and other work. He said the company has achieved a business of Rs 500 crore in four years and has now set a target of Rs 1,000 crore.


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An average increase of 7.3 percent is possible

General but also good news is coming on the job front this year. There is good news for employees waiting for increments. Companies may raise salaries this year as business activities improve faster than expected after the epidemic and user confidence grows. Your salary could increase by an average of 7.3 percent this year, according to one firm. This is the best compared to the last few years.



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Some companies will also give growth in double digits

The first phase of the 2021 survey conducted by Deloitte Touch Tohmatsu India LLP (DTTILLP) for office and pay surcharges found that the average pay rise this year will be 4.4 per cent higher than 2020 but lower than 8.6 per cent in 2109. Ninety-two per cent of companies surveyed this year have talked about pay rises. 


Twenty per cent of companies plan double-digit pay increases this year. In 2020, the figure was only 12 percent. According to the survey, 1/3 of the companies that did not raise their salaries last year are preparing to pay more this year or in the form of bonuses.

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