Here are the companies where India wants to work

Postado Mai 19, 2017

According to LinkedIn's report from the rankings, the one thing many of Australia's top companies have in common is they reward their employees well.

The top two spots in the list continue to be held by Flipkart and Amazon respectively, for the second year in a row. The list of 25 Top Companies in India also saw over 30 per cent of new entrants, with PayTm's parent company One97 Communications, making a debut and ranked 4.

In the survey, LinkedIn said that there were a few "standout insights" from companies that it assessed in the list. Ola has disrupted urban mobility and it is resonating with the job seekers.

"India Inc is thriving, backed by an increasing business friendly sentiment and a positive economic trajectory".

LinkedIn AUNZ director of talent and learning solutions Jason Laufer says: "It is interesting to note that all the new additions to the list for 2017, including Westpac and CIMIC group who are in the top 10, are Australian-born, reflecting Australian professionals' desire to work for home-grown companies". Internet companies that have proved their mettle as disruptors in their space also made it to the list.

Offering new possibilities and opportunities for talent within the country, home grown companies are increasingly being considered by job seekers, the statement said.

"We have an extremely open and empowering culture where we place full trust in our employees".

LinkedIn further said that numerous good employers have one thing in common - they reward their employees well.

On their first day, employees of Flipkart are picked by chauffeur-driven cars and sent on a treasure hunt to make them familiarise with the office.

As per the statement, from leading tech multinational companies to startups, 13 Indian companies found place in the list, which included Wipro and HCL Technologies. The list also saw six startups (including two unicorns) making it to the top 25, including Flipkart (#1), One97 Communications (#4), OYO Rooms (#9) and Grofers (#22) among others. "While these factors are the main drivers in attracting talent, the key to retaining employees is to create an environment where employees can grow by working on meaningful projects and contributing to the organization's success", added Irfan Abdulla.