The company performed exceptionally well across nine core areas of human resources: talent strategy, workforce planning, onboarding, learning and development, performance management, leadership development, career and succession management, compensation and benefits, and organizational culture.
Tata Consultancy Services has been named the best employer in the UK by the Top Employers Institute for the third consecutive year. TCS was ranked the overall number one in a process that assessed 70 organisations across the country.
Only companies that have been certified as Top Employers in at least five individual countries in Europe are eligible for the award. TCS was certified in eight separate markets in 2015. In the UK, the company secured the certification for the second year in a row.
TCS has a UK workforce of more than 11,000 employees based across 30 locations, including London, Edinburgh, Manchester, Leeds, Ipswich, Norwich, Peterborough and Liverpool. The company delivers digital projects in the UK for more than 150 customers, including Boots, BT, Diageo, National Grid, Nationwide, NEST, Marks & Spencer, Thames Water and Virgin Atlantic.
Nupur Singh Mallick, HR Director, TCS, UK & Ireland, says, “As one of the UK’s biggest IT and digital employers, TCS’ priority has always been to create a positive, inspiring environment for its employees, giving them a platform to help them realize their potential and our clients access to a world-class talent pool.”
In the assessment by the Top Employers Institute, TCS was recognised as an exceptional performer across nine core HR areas: talent strategy, workforce planning, onboarding, learning and development, performance management, leadership development, career and succession management, compensation and benefits, and organizational culture.
The annual international research undertaken by the Top Employers Institute recognises leading employers around the world: those that provide excellent employee conditions, nurture and develop talent throughout all levels of the organisation, and which strive to continuously optimise employment practices.