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Google employees at Agrasen ki Baoli in New Delhi
India's top employers 2013: Branding makes a difference

The Annual BT-PeopleStrong Survey puts back the spotlight on the power of employer's brand value. The new-age companies and legacy organisations have melded into our culture.

Hanging out: Google employees at Agrasen ki Baoli monument in New Delhi
Google tops Best Employers list second year in a row

Since 2010, Google has been in the top five of Business Today's Best Companies to Work For list, thanks to the initiatives taken to make its employees feel secure, at ease and responsible.

Gajendra P. Chandel (seated), Tata Motors' Senior VP and Chief HR Officer, with employees
Employees feel safe under the Tata umbrella

On the human resource front, the group companies continue to follow one of the basic tenets of group founder Jamsetji Tata that "people need to be taken care of and they will take care of the rest".

Coca-Cola interns at a village in Haryana's Palwal district
Coca-Cola has set a benchmark in grooming, mentoring staff

Over the past decade, Coke has expanded operations in India at a frenetic pace, clocking 31 consecutive quarters of consistent volume growth. Along the way, the company has invested in its employees.

BHEL CMD BP Rao clicking a picture with colleagues
How BHEL is electrifying lives of its employees

That BHEL is a great company to work for is reflected also in its attrition rate of less than one per cent.

RIL Chief HR Officer Prabir Jha (second from right) with colleagues at Reliance Corporate Park
Workplace transformation, people take front seat at RIL

When the company talked about transformation, people were pleasantly surprised. We take a closer look at the reason behind the decision.

Why Infosys and Wipro have dropped in the Top Employers list
Why Infosys and Wipro have dropped in Top Employers list

In Business Today's 13th Best Company to Work For survey, Infosys has dropped to the seventh position this year from fourth last year. Wipro did worse, dropping to the 16th place this year from the ninth rank last year.

Why ICICI Bank is one of the Best Companies to Work For
Why ICICI Bank is one of the best companies to work for

The bank rarely lays off employees instantly and has not sacked anyone even at the peak of the two recent downturns. In fact, it first notifies underperforming employees and gives them two years to get their act together.

Young employees at JK Tyre's product development centre in Faridabad
Firms shape HR policies to cater to different age groups

Increasingly, companies are realising that different HR policies need to be designed to attract and incentivise different age groups, and the youth in particular.

Fractal Analytics Senior Manager (Marketing) Vaibhav Dalal
Fractal Analytics allows staff to choose their own boss

Fractal Analytics allows employees unprecedented elbow room to decide their career paths. The leadership team's vision is that all employees should enjoy the same level of trust as senior executives.

Best Companies to Work For 2013: How we did it
Best Companies to Work For 2013: How we did it

The key differentiator for Business Today's survey, compared to some other surveys of this nature, still remains that Business Today does not reach out to companies per se for participation.

PeopleStrong co-founder Shelly Singh
Evolving Workplaces, Changing Expectations

The 2013 'Best Companies to Work For in India' study findings are interesting as they depict the perceptions and aspirations of employees in the turbulent economic climate.

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