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Employees are happiest at IT and ITES companies

26-November-2004
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Employees are happiest at IT and ITES companies

‘Great Places to Work’ study ranks FedEx Corporation as the topmost organisation with Intel and Infosys coming close in the run. The survey recognises the top-notch companies that follow the best practices and look after the welfare of employees. The study witnessed participation of 130 companies out of which IT and ITES seemed most popular amongst employees. Interestingly, 13 out of the top 25 companies are IT and ITES companies.

The Great Places to Work survey is an annual employee-centric study conducted in India by Grow Talent Company Limited along with Businessworld. The study uses a unique employee-centric methodology and measures the levels of trust, pride and camaraderie prevalent in organisations. The study aims to raise awareness amongst organisations in order to begin the process of positive workplace transformation.

“The companies that follow unique practices have emerged as the top most companies that have the most favourable environment of working wherein the growth of the company equals the growth of the employees and vice versa,” research company officials said.

However, the survey studied more than 17,000 random employees from across India and would prove helpful for companies in discovering their strengths and by benchmarking themselves against the top companies in India.

The top 25 companies as emerged in the survey are: FedEx Corporation, Texas Instruments, National Thermal Power Corporation, Computer Sciences Corporation India, Mindtree Consulting, Sasken Communication Technologies, Godrej Consumer Products, Intel Technologies India, Sapient Corporation, Honeywell Technology Solutions Lab, Johnson & Johnson, Wipro Spectramind, St Microelectronics, Aviva Life Insurance, Philips Software Centre, Glaxosmithkline Consumer Healthcare, Psi Data Systems, Birla Sun Life Insurance, Classic Stripes, Infosys Technologies, Eli Lilly & Co India, Hughes Software Systems, Monsanto India, Anand Group and Cadbury India.

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