The annual BT-PeopleStrong Survey, carried out in association with
Naukri.com lists out companies that make for the best workplaces. The survey tries to capture how employees of companies in India perceive
workplaces, what they aspire to, and to understand their key concerns
and drivers at work.
The Abbott group is rated one of the country's best places to work
because of its people-focused policies - it helps staffers every step of
the way so they can attain their personal goals and, in turn, help the
organisation achieve its overall goals.
Delhi Metro Rail Corporation is fast emerging as a respected brand in the job market. A professional work culture has helped the company leapfrog into the top 25 of Business Today's list of best companies to work for.
Accenture India now has more than 90,000 employees. Globally, it
invested $850 million in 2012 on training and professional development - an average of 52 hours per person. The company has climbed six spots in the
pecking order in the 'Best Companies to Work For' listing. Full Coverage of Best Employers Survey
The past three years' studies were focused purely on the perception and
aspirations of employees, but this year's result clearly shows that the
employee is looking at hard-core reality with meaningful returns for her
career as well as a well carved-out path to meet her aspirations.
The survey aims to provide feedback to companies on what the
employee marketplace thinks of them, which qualities in a company are
considered important by employees, which factors attract people, which
demoralise them, etc.