Employees of these 10 Indian companies are the happiest. Find out why!

Good work environment is a must for rising productivity levels and enthusiasm in employees. Many companies are now making it a point to keep employees happy for larger gains.

  1. Flipkart

Flipkart Slash n 2014, in Bangalore on Friday.......Photo by N Narasimha Murthy

Companies are often known to have Maternity policies, but this company also gives a 10 days paternity leave for new fathers. In the first three months, they even have the option of working for four hours at office and completing the rest from home.

  1. Accenture


‘Hours That Help’ policy by Accenture helps employees to donate their leaves to colleagues. They have also bid adieu to their annual performance reviews and the employees receive time-to-time feedbacks from managers instead.

  1. Google

Jagjit Chawla Product Manager Google India in Google Internetbus at Hotel Taj on Thursday Photo by ANKUR VADHERA

Google’s employee friendly initiatives aren’t hidden from most of us. Their hobby and talent boosting sessions are head turners. Besides, they also have TGIF happy hours from 4pm to get together and socialize.

  1. Tata Teleservices Limited


This company doesn’t have an attendance policy. No card swipes either. So there’s absolutely no fretting about getting late and all opportunity to focus. How cool is that!

  1. BHEL


Employees at Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited gives out flexible roles and opportunities which lets employees work in multiple departments of your choice. An engineer here can manage sales if it interests him.

  1. Godrej


These guys are trendsetters! They lead by example with their policy of uncapping sick leaves. They also have a Live Out Ur Dreams program for B schools and campus recruitments.

  1. Marriot Hotels India

Rabia, a former Hashoo Foundation trainee at Pearl Continental Hotel in Rawalpindi, works at the front desk after she was hired by the hotel.

They don’t call employees, employees. They’re associates here. Associates are luck enough as they get to holiday in Marriot properties all over the world.

  1. SAP Labs India

"BEST PLACE TO WORK" SAP Labs India staffs,sharing good time at their office, in Bangalore on Friday.......Photo by N Narasimha Murthy

The who’s who at SAP don’t give much of an importance to hierarchies. They have a real friendly culture as hierarchies almost dissolve and it also gives out cab transportation to pregnant employees.

  1. Coca Cola India

Sriniva Murthy, Director of Marketing, Coca-Cola india Inc. (story pic) ------Ashwani Nagpal

Once you’re in here, you’ll always be climbing the ladder and never be stagnant. They have awesome models called Pegasus, Chrysalis and Core which help employees grow. Women lead most tables here.

  1. ITC

Staff of ITC windsor looks on with lit candles to mark Earth Hour ,Earth Hour, when everyone around the world is asked to turn off lights for an hour from 8.30 p.m. local time, show of support for tougher action to confront climate change.which is obeserved by several countries around world,  Lights go off around the world at 8.30pm local time in a show of support for renewable energy during Earth Hour, an event organised since 2007 to promote a sustainable future for the Bangalore on Saturday.

This company slots you based on your age. The younger ones are given new brands which they take to new heights and the senior executives are given a lot of support by this FMCG leader.


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