TCS, Accenture, Infosys Among Top Choices For Indian Employees As Per Linkedin Survey: Check Full List
The companies who have focused on hiring young talent and focused on women representation and retention, thus creating more job opportunities have ranked among top Indian companies to work with.
Top Indian Companies To Work With
While generating the list, seven parameters were considered including ability to advance, skills growth, company stability, external opportunity, company affinity, gender diversity and spread of educational backgrounds.
Giving more information on the subject, LinkedIn India Managing Editor Nirajita Banerjee said, “The companies on the list are at the vanguard of refreshed organizational policies that foster young talent, promote retention by upskilling, and boost women representation in the workforce. By leaning on such policies, India’s top companies are creating more employment and skilling opportunities that aid career progress in today’s disruptive world of work,”.
IT firms such as Wipro, IBM and HCL have focused more on hiring freshers across verticals.
According to LinkedIn, Wipro plans to hire around 30,000 freshers in 2023, up from 17,500 in FY2022.
In order to meet the demand-supply gap, HCL is almost doubling its fresher hiring target to 40,000-45,000 in FY23 from approximately 22,000 in FY22 in the sector.
On the other hand, IBM and Deloitte are planning to expand their hiring to non-metro cities, this way they want to fetch more diverse talent.
At the same time, Cognizant is planning to onboard 50,000 freshers in 2022.
Similarly, Infosys has more than 55,000 college graduates in FY22 and further plans to recruit even more in FY23.
The Ireland-based multinational IT firm, Accenture is setting up offices in Jaipur and Coimbatore to access talent and provide flexibility to employees.
Strengthening Woman Workforce
The IT firms like TCS, Accenture and Wipro have taken notable strides towards inclusivity and representation by revising their policies, according to the Microsoft-owned social media firm.
In the case of TCS, it has a total employee strength of over 5 lakh, of which 2 lakh are women.
On the other hand, Wipro has launched a “return to work programme” which is basically aimed at helping women who want to relaunch their careers after a break.
Similarly, Accenture’s 45 percent of workforce comprises women after implementing gender-neutral policies in India last year.
Focus On Employee Retention
Now IT firms are also Companies like Infosys and Cognizant are also taking steps to be able to retain it.
Cognizant is offering higher bonuses and promotions and also investing in employee training to encourage retention.
On the other hand, Infosys is providing tailored L&D opportunities and a digital reskilling platform.
Similar to Cognizant, TCS is also offering promotions and growth opportunities to its employees to offset the aftermath of the Great Reshuffle.