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Amazon, Motorala Among India's Top Employers

Employees were asked to consider and rate the companies on different parameters overall such as work satisfaction, career growth opportunities, salary, learning & development and work-life balance to determine these top employers

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Amazon and Motorola have occupied the top two slots as India’s best new-age employers 2017, in a report assessed and compiled by JobBuzz, India’s leading company rating platform powered by TImesJobs.

JobBuzz assessed and compiled company reviews provided by employees, in which employees were asked to consider and rate the companies on different parameters overall such as work satisfaction, career growth opportunities, salary, learning & development and work-life balance to determine these top employers.

JobBuzz Study announced the study conducted basis Employee Rating on October 24, 2017 and compiled on company reviews provided by employees. Amazon emerges as India’s best new-age employer 2017 followed closely is Motorola ranking second.

Other companies in top 10 included Larsen and Toubro Ltd., Asian Paints Ltd., Tata Consultancy Services Ltd., bagging the position third, fourth and fifth respectively. Accenture, Genpact India Pvt Ltd., Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd., Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services Ltd., Ericsson Pvt Ltd., bags the position sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth respectively.

Sanjay Goyal, Head of Product, Technology & Marketing, TimesJobs said, “The dynamics of workforce are changing continuously and organizations need to adapt to those changes. The new workforce generation assess the employer on more than one ground. JobBuzz identifies these critical parameters which matters most to this workforce generation, and with a strong and loyal follower base it has come up with the list of 25 new-age employers which are making an impact on the Indian workforce.”