Google topped the 2013 edition of The Economic Times and The Great Place To Work Institute study, followed by Intel and American Express.
And why did Google come out tops? Well, simply because, 'the 50-billion dollar startup', as they like to call themselves, has some unparalleled processes and non-traditional practices. For example, last year, all tech Nooglers (new hires) traveled to Mountain View, California for a central tech induction; a program called 'Googler 2 Googler' (g2g) enables the employees to share their knowledge with peers through various media on subjects ranging from tightrope walking to advanced Python programming. A few months ago, every manager at Google was given a budget, called 'play dough,' to spend on a fun group activity outside office.
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