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  • The annual BusinessToday-PeopleStrong survey discovers that employee focus is now shifting to softer, intangible elements.
Mar 12, 2017
Features A Global Touch

A Global Touch

Tata Motors employs over 59,000 people in 170 countries. The employees are as diverse as its network, comprising over 6,600 touch points and R&D centres.

Trade Walls

The protectionist rhetoric by the us president has jolted india's export-dependent sectors, especially it and pharmaceutical. Here's how the trade numbers stack up.

Giving People Space

The popular 'open office' design has many disadvantages. But some employers are going beyond it to create an empowering environment at the workplace.

Leading the Pack

There is only one quality that sets the sectoral winners apart -an unrelenting focus on people.

Employees as Customers

Adobes philosophy of mobility, flexibility and easy collaborationis helping it attract high-quality talent.

Ringing Again

Thanks to business revival, BHEL is back in the list after a gap of three years.

Inspiration in Times of Tribulation

Citing examples of countries that have turned the tide amidst crises, the author offers hope to world leaders.


Cutting Edge

Emphasis on innovation has made India the fastest-growing unit in Ciscos global ecosystem.

A Unifying Mission

Google reigns supreme as the best company to work for yet again, and for reasons more significant than free food and massages.

People First

ITC keeps its staff motivated with employee-centric policies.

How We Did It

The purpose of the survey is to understand the perceptions and aspirations of India's employees across industries and map these against what they see in their companies, sectors and even across sectors.

Nurturing Talent

RIL has adopted an open office culture to provide a supportive environment to its employees.

Open and Inclusive

SAP Labs India prides itself on offering all its employees a fair, open and transparent path to success.
Editors note Attracting Best Talent

Attracting Best Talent

From the Editor Prosenjit Datta
Corporate Re-imagining Grasim

Re-imagining Grasim

How the proposed Grasim-AB Nuvo merger will create a mega company with several focused businesses.


Why the trouble at Infosys is unlikely to abate quickly.
LATEST The Human Edge

The Human Edge

Workplace diversity and focus on employee growth gives Accenture India the advantage.

Mentoring Talent

Encouraging employees to be creative and identifying talent early makes Amazon a preferred employer.

Towards Housing For All

Providing affordable housing is an enormous challenge and needs sustained efforts by all stakeholders

Driven by Career Mobility

A free hand to employees to choose their area of work is one of the reasons why Facebook makes its debut in the list this year.

Crash Landing

Rising fuel prices and intensifying competition have crippled the profitability of airlines despite impressive growth in passenger traffic.

Losing Strength

Incumbents take a beating in their fight with Reliance Jio.

The Japanese Handshake

Suzuki ropes in Toyota to fill the gaps in technology in exchange for market access.

A New Page

Open work culture and employee engagement have ensured that HPEs attrition rate is among the lowest in the tech industry.

Set Shop, Go

Building an online store is easier than you think, thanks to e-commerce enablers. Heres how you can set up shop online in just a few clicks.

Reading Between the Stars

Why making a purchase based on online reviews is unwise.

Pain Points

The Budget has made numerous changes in Rules that make life difficult for tax payers.


N. Chandrasekaran, Chairman-Designate of Tata Sons, when asked why Indian IT companies did not do well in the products space. He was speaking at the Nasscom India Leadership Forum
Columns The Death of Voice

The Death of Voice

4G LTEs ability to offer voice calls virtually free threatens to disrupt existing business models

Secrets of a Smart Workforce

Harnessing similarities without delving too much into diversities, understanding employee preferences, and more.

The Work-life Balance Conundrum

Is there a downtime for an always available employee?

Trump: Trade challenges just became harder

Protectionism in the US may boost free-trade agreements in emerging economies
Letters Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor Business Today Magazine
Leadership Spotlight Leaderspeak


Reenita Das, Partner and Senior VP of Healthcare and Life Sciences, Frost & Sullivan, talks to Anik Basu about growth strategies in the Indian healthcare sector.
Focus All Cost, No Benefit

All Cost, No Benefit

The government's direct benefit transfer scheme is riddled with problems.

Digital Soars

Digital advertising has started eating into the share of not just print but also television.
Event Bangalore Bravos

Bangalore Bravos

Bangalore, January 28, 2017 - 95 golfers teed off at the Prestige Golfshire for the LLOYD Business Today Pro-Am of Champions on Saturday, 28th January 2017.