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by 'Anil' Radhakrishna
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LinkedIn Top Companies in 2018 Where India Wants to Work

With the loads of user data that LinkedIn keeps, it has compiled a list of 25 companies where it thinks India wants to work now based on the actions of users -

  1. Directi 
  2. Flipkart 
  3. One97/Paytm
  4. Amazon 
  5. AB InBev
  6. McKinsey
  7. Google/Alphabet
  8. KPMG India
  9. EY 
  10. OYO 
  11. Daimler AG/Mercedes-Benz
  12. Adobe 
  13. Expedia 
  14. Morgan Stanley
  15. DBS Bank
  16. Ola 
  17. GE
  18. MakeMyTrip
  19. PwC India
  20. Goldman Sachs
  21. Shell 
  22. JPMorgan Chase & Co.
  23. Unilever 
  24. Reliance Industries
  25. Deloitte India

The analysis that went into the LinkedIn List only includes companies with over 500 employees; takes into account actions from the 12 months ending in January; rolls up a company’s wholly-owned subsidiaries into the parent company’s final score and description

The article also lists interesting incentives and perks that these companies offer -
McKinsey under its ‘Take Time’ program offers employees five to 10 extra weeks off to pursue their passion – get a pilot’s license, write a book – or attend to family matters.

Deloitte has a 16-week family leave option that can be tapped into when employees have a child, need to care for an ailing spouse or partner, or look after a parent.

GE (#17) runs eight different leadership programmes to give freshers hands-on experience. One in four people in GE’s senior management graduate from its leadership programme.

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