No.1: Tata Consultancy Services, India’s largest IT exporter with 2,26,000 employees, has topped the Business Today-Indicus survey of ‘India’s Best Companies to Work for’ for the first time. Reproduced From Business Today. © 2012. LMIL. All rights reserved. Click on Next to view the other nine best companies to work for in India…
No.2: For nearly three decades, Infosys had been used to one-way communication with employees through ‘town hall’ meetings and InfyTV, an internal network. Last year, it realised that would just not do; employees wanted two-way communication. And so it delved into the doctrine of Eric Berne, a psychiatrist who came up with the ‘parentadult-child’ theory that explains how people articulate their character through behaviour.
No.3: IT giant Wipro lost out to its rival during recession but the company is slowly pulling itself back into the race.
No.4: IBM believes that a sense of purpose drives an organisation more than money, says Chandrasekhar Sripada, the HR Head. So, while its employees will not bust industry salary charts, there is no shortage of opportunities and diversity. And then there is the pride