The Linkedin Professional networking site that recently announced the Top Attractors report across the countries. These companies are the companies who hire the top talent and regards to be the most attractive in the Industry. Several tech companies are listed in the survey which includes apart from India several countries like Australia, Brazil, France, UK and the US. In India, among them, Flipkart stands in the first position which dealt with placements from Management institutes. Amazon also in the list of high ranked firm.
Describing Flipkart, the LinkedIn report said, It is a place where risk-taking is encouraged to witness the recent move by Myntra to go app-only and roll it back when the results weren’t as expected. Personal benefits and perks go side by side with a competitive environment. Flipkart was one of the first companies to offer six months of maternity leave and sabbatical options. Next up on the list is US-based online retailer Amazon, which in the recent past received a lot of flak for its ruthless work environment. Leaving aside a non-tech company at the third spot, Google comes in fourth – the search giant has usually dominated the best places to work lists across the world.
Skipping the next few non-tech companies, we come to Adobe at number seven, HCL at number eight, Housing.com at number nine, Ola at number 10, Snapdeal at number 11, Microsoft at number 12, Tata Communications at number 13, Wipro at 14, Oyo Rooms at 16, Honeywell at 19, Cognizant at 20, MakeMyTrip.com at 22, Cisco at 24, and, Zomato at 25. In a blog post describing LinkedIn’s methodology for picking the Top Attractors of 2016, Executive Editor said the firms on the list were chosen based on user actions. Our insights team, working with our global editorial team, analysed literally billions of actions taken by our 433+ million members to come up with a blended score that we used to rank the winners in each geography.
The LinkedIn Top Attractors data by Suzy Welch, former editor in chief of the Harvard Business Review. Amongst the lessons she derived, one was “To hire the best, you better look good on their profiles and give people rewarding responsibilities fast.”