Reliance Industries is the best employer in India, and among the top 20 firms in the world to work with, as per the Forbes’ rankings.
About 1,50,000 full-time and part-time workers from 57 countries working for various multinational organisations were surveyed to find out which organisations score well in terms of gender equality, social responsibility, corporate impact and image, as well as talent development.
While RIL is in the 20th position on Forbes’ World’s Best Employers Rankings 2022, Samsung Electronics is on the first position.
On the second, third, fourth and fifth positions are Microsoft, IBM, Alphabet and Apple, respectively.
The fifth to 12th positions are also bagged by American companies, while German auto company, BMW is on the 13th position, followed by Amazon and Decathlon on the 14th and 15th positions.
The only Indian company to make it to the top 100 is RIL with its workforce strength of 2,30,000. It is ranked above the German luxury and commercial vehicle automotive brand Mercedes-Benz and the American beverage brand, Coca-Cola, and also Honda and Yamaha from Japan and Saudi Aramco.
India’s HDFC Bank is on the 137th position, while Bajaj is on 173rd. India’s Aditya Birla Group ranks 240th, Hero Motocorp ranks 333rd, Larsen & Toubro ranks 354th, ICICI Bank ranks 365th, HCL Technologies is on 455th position, State Bank of India is on 499th, Adani Enterprises on the 547th and Infosys on the 668th position.
The Forbes’ ranking list reveals that employees’ top priority is purpose-drive work, followed by higher salaries, enhanced benefits, career-advancement opportunities and work-life balance.
The 800 companies that received the highest total scores are the ones that have made it to the final list, which is Forbes’ sixth annual World’s Best Employers.