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Randstad India, a leading human resource consultancy provider has released its 6th edition of Randstad Awards 2016 wherein Google India leads as most...
Google is the most attractive employer overall, while Mercedes leads the way in auto industry.
Randstad India, a leading human resource consultancy provider has released its 6th edition of Randstad Awards 2016 wherein Google India leads as most attractive employer for a second consecutive year.
Country’s largest luxury car manufacturer, Mercedes Benz India has been positioned in second place. Dell India was nominated best employer for IT while Samsung India excelled in the area of consumer electronics along with Amazon India for e-commerce. Interestingly, the top list did not includes winners of last year, which includes the likes of Sony India (runner-up last year), and Honda India from the automotive sector.
Randstad Awards are conducted each year to encourage best practices and to identify Best Employer Brand in the country. In India, the survey spanned around 7,500 respondents in the selection of the country’s best employer brand while globally a total of 2 lakh respondents across 25 countries were surveyed.
Salary and employee benefits were noted to be leading attractions among Indian workers when the choice of an ideal employer was concerned while job security, financial standing of the company and work atmosphere was also factors that employees considered. Surprisingly the importance of salaries has decreased from last year’s survey.
Survey spanned a younger workforce in India aged between 18 and 24 where it was found that companies showing more promise to training, global career opportunities and innovative and interesting job content were more preferred. A more senior workforce in the 25-44 age brackets sought companies offering good work life balance. Those between the ages of 45 and 66 were more intent on the financial health of the company, strong management and a pleasing working atmosphere.
This article first appeared on Rushlane.com