New Delhi: As many as 25 companies including IndiGo, Tata Communications and Reliance Asset Management Company (AMC) are among the best employers in India, according to a report by global HR consulting firm Aon Hewitt.
The Aon Hewitt Best Employers study's research methodology covered 113 companies across 12 industries, cumulatively employing around 9,50,000 individuals, to adjudge India's Best Employer of 2016.
AON's Best Employer India programme felicitates the organisations that have created great work environments. These organisations empower results through a high employee engagement, a compelling employer brand, an effective leadership and a high performance culture.
Reliance AMC is the only asset management company in India to get this recognition.
"This recognition, is a testimony of our strong belief in promoting entrepreneurship - with high degree of employee engagement and business performance - within the organisation."
"We are proud to have a team that drives leadership through trust and ownership - with a single focus of providing superior value to our stakeholders," Reliance Capital AMC chief executive officer Sundeep Sikka said.
Other companies that were named in the list included AccorHotels India, AGS Health, Bajaj Allianz General Insurance, Bajaj Finance, Becton Dickinson, Bharti Infratel, Blue Dart Express, DHL Express (India) and Hewlett Packard.
Commenting on the award, Tata Communications said, "With over 8,500 employees across 30 countries and 40 nationalities, the company's commitment to diversity is reflected through its workforce".
The Aon Hewitt Best Employers 2016 also included Lupin, METRO Cash & Carry, Saint-Gobain India, SKS Microfinance, Tata AIA Life Insurance, Tata AutoComp, Tata Chemicals, Whirlpool India, WNS Global, YASH Technologies and Starwood Hotels.
"To ensure our employees stay motivated and engaged, AccorHotels invests heavily in employee engagement and talent development programs to produce high performing teams," AccorHotels India regional talent and culture director Ashwin Shirali said.