Google is India's best company to work with, Amex second-best: Survey

Google India has emerged on top of the list of India’s Best Companies to Work for 2016 study. It was ranked second in the 2015 list of Best Companies to Work. The company is famous for its relaxed ambience and recreational activities for its employees. American Express India came second (it was ranked fourth in 2015), followed by Ujjivan Financial Services (Number 24 in 2015).

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About 800 organisations across industries, employee strength and revenue brackets applied to be assessed, according to Great Places to Work. Over 155,119 employees were surveyed, making it the largest survey of workplace cultures in corporate India.

The other seven companies that made it to the top 10 are Teleperformance India, Godrej Consumer Products, Marriott Hotels India, SAP Labs India, Oberoi Group, Lemon Tree Hotels and Intuit India Product Development Centre.

Here is a complete list of the top 100 best companies to work for in India.

As a part of this programme, the organisations were studied under two dimensions. First, being a unique employee-centric framework that measures the levels of Trust, Pride and Camaraderie prevalent in an organisation.
Second, through a questionnaire seeking to understand the people practices, philosophy and values of an organisation.

In the 13th year of assessment, Great Place To Work® Institute, India has recognised the 100 best workplaces that comprise of organisations across 16 industries, with employee strength varying from less than 500 to more than 10,000, shattering the myth that organisations of certain legacy, size or revenue are more likely to become great workplaces. Economic Times was the media partner.

Updated Date: Jul 04, 2016 09:54 AM

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