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Reliance tops Indian firms in Forbes world’s top 100 best employers listing. Check other names – Hindustan Times

Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) is among the many top 4 Indian corporations to work for, in keeping with World’s Best Employers rankings 2021 printed by Forbes on Thursday. Mukesh Ambani-owned RIL was positioned on the 52nd position in the general rating of 750 international corporates.

Other Indian corporations that made it to the top 100 rankings embrace ICICI Bank at 65, HDFC Bank at 77 and HCL Technologies at 90. Apart from that, State Bank of India (SBI) was ranked at 119, Larsen & Toubro at 127, Infosys 588, Tata Group at 746 and Life Insurance Corp (LIC) was positioned at 504. Other Indian firms on the listing embrace Bajaj at 215, Axis Bank at 254, Indian Bank at 314, Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC) at 404, Amara Raja Group at 405, Kotak Mahindra Bank at 418 and Bank of India at 451. ITC was positioned at 453, whereas Cipla was on 460 and Bank of Baroda at 496.

The top place in the Forbes rankings was occupied by South Korean big Samsung Electronics, adopted by US giants IBM, Microsoft, Amazon, Apple, Alphabet and Dell Technologies. China-based Huawei was the eighth in order of the best employer in the world.

Forbes stated the rankings have been determined after a large-scale survey was carried out amongst workers, who have been requested to rate their employers on quite a few parameters, in keeping with information company PTI. It added that the rankings have been compiled after surveying 150,000 full-time and part-time staff from 58 international locations working for multinational corporations and establishments, reported PTI. Forbes stated it partnered with market analysis company Statista for a similar.

“Survey participants were asked to rate their willingness to recommend their own employers to friends and family. They were also asked to evaluate other employers in their respective industries that stood out positively or negatively. The list is composed of 750 companies that received the highest scores,” it stated.

Among the various standards based mostly on which workers needed to rate their employers embrace their picture, financial footprint, expertise growth, gender equality and social duty. “The 750 companies that received the highest total scores made the final list,” Forbes stated.

Reliance, which is India’s largest company by revenues, income and market capitalisation, was just lately recognised as ‘India’s Best Employers amongst Nation Builders 2021’ by the Great Place to Work institute – a world authority on workplace tradition.

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