Samsung, IBM and Microsoft are the world's best employers, three Indian companies in top 100

Oct 14, 2021

By: Vaamanaa Sethi

17 Indian companies are included in the Forbes list of World’s Best Employers.

Reliance Industries was ranked at 52, ICICI Bank at 65 and HCL Technologies at 90 are the only three Indian companies in the top 100 of Forbes-Statista list of World’s Best Employers.

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The following are the top 10 companies in the Forbes list of World’s Best Employers —

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Samsung Electronics

Country: South Korea | Market cap: $510.5 billion | The company, which deals in manufacturing and selling of electronics and computer peripherals, has topped the list. It currently employs 1,09,490 people across the world.

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IBM

Country: United States | Market cap: $126.17 billion | International Business Machines (IBM) corp, which provides integrated solutions that leverage information technology, has around 3,75,300 employees across all its campuses.

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Microsoft

Country: United States | Market cap: $2.23 trillion | Founded in 1975, the company engages in the development and support of software, services, devices, and solutions. It currently has 1,63,000 employees all over the world.

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Amazon

Country: United States | Market cap: $1.66 trillion | World’s largest e-commerce company has given employment to 12,98,000 people across the world.

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Apple

Country: United States | Market cap: $2.33 trillion | One of the largest smartphone makers, operates through many geographical segments and employs 1,47,000 people across the whole world.

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Alphabet

Country: United States | Market cap: $1.84 trillion | Google’s parent company, which engages in the business of acquisition and operation of different companies has a headcount of 1,35,301 people across the globe.

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Dell Technologies

Country: United States | Market cap: $79.33 billion | The company, which deals with information technology hardware, software, and service solutions through its subsidiaries, has 1,58,000 people in its workforce.

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Huawei

Country: China | Market cap: $50.49 billion | The largest smartphone manufacturer in China has employed over 1,97,000 people across all its campuses.

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Adobe

Country: United States | Market cap: $281.255 billion | The software company, which provides digital marketing and media solutions has about 22,516 people in its company.

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BMW Group

Country: Germany | Market cap: $69.8 billion | Bayerische Motoren Werke (BMW), one of the largest automobile manufacturers in Germany, has a headcount of 1,20,726 people.

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The rankings were given on the basis of a survey conducted by Statista...

...1,50,000 full time and part time workers from 58 countries working for these multinational companies.

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