Forbes releases World's Best Employers 2021 List, 4 Indian companies in top 100
Forbes has released its annual list of the World's Best Employers 2021. In this list, Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), the company with the highest market capitalization in the country, has been ranked first in the country.
New Delhi: Forbes has released its annual list of the World's Best Employers 2021. In this list, Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), the company with the highest market capitalization in the country, has been ranked first in the country. Reliance is ranked 52nd globally.
The Forbes list includes 750 multinationals and large companies. If we talk about India only, ICICI Bank has been ranked 65th in the list of top 100 employers in the world. This was followed by HDFC Bank at 77th position. and HCL Technology is ranked 90th.
World's Best Employers 2021:
State Bank of India (SBI) was ranked 119th and Larsen & Toubro 127th in the list, while Infosys was at 588th and Tata Group at 746th. LIC got 504th position. This ranking is based on a comprehensive survey, in which employees rate their employers on a range of points.
It is known that Forbes, in collaboration with market research company Statista, has compiled an annual list of the world's best employers. To determine the ranking, Statista surveyed 1.5 lakh employees from 58 countries working in multinational companies and institutions.
"I am incredibly proud that Realogy has been recognized by Forbes as one of the World's Best Employers," said Ryan Schneider, Realogy's chief executive officer and president.
"Even more meaningful is that this designation comes from the perspective of our people, a testament to Realogy's commitment to building an inclusive workplace where great talent can grow, excel, and drive impact as we lead into the future, together", he added.
"Realogy continues to be recognized as a destination for top talent, an honor that's especially significant coming from those who make Realogy so extraordinary: our people," said Tanya Reu-Narvaez, Realogy's Chief People Officer.
Tanya further added, "In today's changing workplace, culture has never mattered more, and we remain focused on creating dynamic connections that enable employees to show up as their authentic selves and develop in their careers as, together, we move Realogy to what's next."
In this context, Reliance said in a statement that, 'It is important to achieve this achievement during the worst time during the covid-19 pandemic. In the bad times of covid, Reliance has ensured that no employee's salary is deducted. He could work without worrying about the job. Reliance said that it has also taken full care of the treatment of employees and vaccination of their families during the pandemic.
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