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    in salary, in salaries

    1. Employees receive an annual increase in salary.
    2. Employees receive an annual increase in salaries.
    3. Employees receive annual increases in salaries.

    Are these sentences are all good?
    And if so, do they have the same meaning?

    I guess 1 and 3 are good and means the same.

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    Re: in salary, in salaries

    They all mean the same, but I'd say only 'salary' (1) is natural.
    How about, "Employees receive an annual salary increase"?

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