SAP Labs offer the best salaries in India and Cisco the best work-life balance, says survey
- German software multinational SAP Labs has been ranked as the top ‘new-age employer’ in India by career guidance platform Jobbuzz.
Cisco Systems, Bank of America and HP are the most preferred companies for work-life balance.
- The list, which is dominated by R&D, IT & FMCG companies is based on four parameters — work-life balance, career growth, salary and work culture.
The enterprise software maker scored the highest overall rating of 4.03 points, as per JobBuzz 2019 Annual Workplace Index Report. SAP also scored 3.96 points in terms of remuneration followed by
The rank is in line with the survey by job search platform Indeed, which too listed SAP as the top tech workplace in India. “We have created a non-hierarchical, diverse and inclusive culture which speeds up our innovation and helps our customers to run at their best,” Sindhu Gangadharan, Senior Vice President and Head of SAP Labs India had earlier said.
Cisco offers the best work-life-balance
However, for those employees who look for work-life-balance Cisco Systems, Bank of America and HP are the most preferred companies, as per Jobuzz survey.
The overall rankings however are based on four parameters — work-life balance, career growth, salary and work culture — which reflects the key factors influencing employees while choosing a company.
“Companies now offer provisions like entrepreneurship lessons for employees, leave sharing among employees or extending medical cover to LGBTQ partners and even company-sponsored upskilling options – all in a bid to retain and attract great talent,” Sanjay Goyal, business head of TimesJobs & JobBuzz said.
Their list is dominated by R&D, IT & FMCG companies. Other companies ranking in the top 10 list include Novartis AG,
The report analysed responses from over a million current and past employees.
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