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The best companies to work for

The best companies to work for
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Tata Consultancy Services

TCS has emerged as India'sbest company to work for in the Business Today-Indicus Analytics annual survey. A wide variety of employee engagement initiatives has helped TCS record the lowest attrition rate in the IT sector.
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Infosys
Attrition in the company is down from 17.5 per cent in the quarter ended December 2010 to 15.4 per cent in October-December 2011.

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Wipro
Attrition at Wipro fell from 23.2 per cent in the middle of 2011 to 14.2 per cent before the year was out.

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IBM
IBM believes that a sense of purpose drives an organisation more than money.
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GOOGLE INDIA
Google India has dropped two places in the rankings. The company has the 'breakout rooms' - rooms where Googlers go to 'think'.
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RCOM

RCom was not in the Top 25 list last year. The company puts its money where its mouth is, sponsoring a good idea from an employee from start to finish.

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MICROSOFT

Microsoft was ranked No. 1 in 2007 and 2008. The company encourages employees to develop skills which may have nothing to do with their work.
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ACCENTURE
Accenture has taken to reverse mentoring, in which young employees teach the older ones a thing or two.

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HCL TECH

HCL Tech was not in the Top 10 last year. An employee earns points when appreciated by colleagues, which can be redeemed for goodies.

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L&T
L&T is one of only two non-technology companies in the Top 10 list. The companies believes in leaders from within.