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Great Place To Work 2019: List Of Winning Companies

The following are the list of the top 50 companies to work for and what makes these organisations one of the greatest places to work for.

Rank 1
SAS R&D (India)

Rank 2
ESDS Software Solutions

Rank 3
Benetton India

Rank 4
Mahindra Intertrade

Rank 5
Max SkillFirst

Rank 6
Make A Difference

Rank 7
Admiral Technologies

Rank 8
Gera Developments

Rank 9
Feedback Energy Distribution Company

Rank 10
Dream11 Fantasy Pvt. Ltd.

Rank 11
Centum Learning

Rank 12
Frog Cellsat

Rank 13
Bharti Realty

Rank 14
Sewa Rural

Rank 15
Brigade Hospitality

Rank 16

Vuram Technology Solutions

Rank 17
Mahindra Lifespace

Rank 18
Burns & Mcdonnell India

Rank 19

Rank 20

Rank 21
Enrich Energy

Rank 22
SourceFuse Technologies

Rank 23
Silver Arrow Automobiles

Rank 24
ACPL Systems

Rank 25
Anand CY Myutec Automotive

Rank 26
JM Financial Asset Management

Rank 27
Zifo RnD Solutions

Rank 28
Hella India Lighting

Rank 29
Varthana (Thirumeni Finance)

Rank 30
Litmus7 Systems Consulting

Rank 31
Tasty Bite Eatables

Rank 32
PubMatic India

Rank 33
Brightstar Telecommunications India

Rank 34
SAS Institute (India)

Rank 35
Inorbit Malls (India)

Rank 36
Raymond Luxury Cottons

Rank 37

Rank 38
Parijat Industries (India)

Rank 39
Symantec Software Solutions

Rank 40
Bacardi India

Rank 41
J.K. Fenner (India)

Rank 42
Ryan India Tax Services

Rank 43

Rank 44
Vestige Marketing

Rank 45
Quovantis Technologies

Rank 46
Experion Developers

Rank 47
MindTickle Interactive Media

Rank 48
Fedby Information Services

Rank 49
Xanadu Realty

Rank 50
Adani Enterprises -- Mining

How We Chose Them
Every year, more than 10,000 organisations from more than 58 countries partner Great Place to Work® Institute for assessment, benchmarking and planning actions to strengthen their workplace culture. Great Place to Work® Institute's methodology is recognised as rigorous and objective and is considered the gold standard for defining great workplaces across business, academia and government organisations.

All organisations (with an employee strength ranging from 100 to 500) that nominate themselves for India's Great Mid-Size Workplaces list undergo an assessment. As part of this assessment, all organisations are studied through two lenses. The first lens measures the quality of employee experience through our globally validated survey instrument known as Trust Index©. The survey helps in seeking anonymous feedback from employees and carries two-third weightage.

The second lens is called Culture Audit©. It is a proprietary tool of the Institute that evaluates the quality of people practices of an organisation, covering the entire employee life-cycle. This carries one-third weightage.

The institute also considers whether an organisation that has met the criteria defined by the Institute on employee experience and people practices is also a 'Great Place to Work for ALL' i.e all employees in the organisation irrespective of their tenure, age, gender, role etc. are experiencing a great workplace culture. In this criteria, any demographic group that forms 10 per cent or more of the company's employee strength should not have a significantly different experience (Trust Index© score) from the average score of the entire organisation.

The Institute undertakes a robust validation process on the data gathered through the assessment process. The cumulative score of Trust Index© and Culture Audit© determines an organisation's position in the ranking scoreboard and helps in identifying India's Great Mid-Size Workplaces.

No individual or jury has a say in who makes it to the Top 50 list - only employee feedback and quality of people practice determine if an organisation is a great workplace.

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