For continuing success, companies need the best talent and to retain this talent they need a workplace culture that empowers, entertains and engages.
To capture this spirit, The Economic Times and Great Place to Work Institute recently joined hands to find out and honour the best workplaces; companies that realized that employees are their most valuable assets and went that extra mile to care for its employees.
Prasenjit Bhattacharya, CEO, The Great Place to Work Institute, India, said that the key learnings that emerged from the survey were that great places to work institutionalise some very basic aspects of work life that give immense value to their employees.
Manuel D’Souza, chief human resource officer, Intelenet Global Services felt that any great place to work must give its employees the liberty to work in his/her own style and an environment where employees’ opinions and ideas are valued.
Similar feelings were echoed by Atul Sharma, director of HR, Monsanto. According to him, the three main elements which make a place great to work are ability to be passionate about the business, the ability to be yourself and the opportunity to grow.
THE TOP 10 BEST WORKPLACES FOR 2011 ARE:
- Google India Pvt. Ltd.
- Intel Technology India
- MakeMyTrip (India)
- American Express
- Marriott Hotels India
- Classic Stripes
- Scope International
- Agilent Technologies
- Claris Lifesciences
- NetApp India
Article Source: The Economic Times