Research: Aon Best Employers India 2016 Study


Aon Best Employers India 2016 Study

A total of 113 organizations representing 12 key industries participated in the Study
Aon Best Employers India 2016 Study

Launched in 2001, Aon Hewitt’s Best Employer research in Asia is focused on providing insights into how organizations can create competitive advantage through people. It also provides an opportunity to explore what makes a workplace of choice and to identify a list of Best Employers in India and other geographies. A rigorous analysis is run to measure the alignment between "Intent-Design-Experience", assessed through CEO survey and interview, People practices survey and Employee opinion survey for all participating organizations.

This research report presents some of the highlights from 2016 Best Employers, maps emerging HR challenges and also assess if some of the best employers are building for the future. This report also presents three case studies including:-

- Indigo
- Tata Communications
- Reliance Capital Asset Management.

Find out what the pillars of Best Employers are and what some key talent risk that companies should focus on.

If you would like to participate in the 2017 Aon Best Employer India Study, register here.

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Topics: Culture, Employee Engagement, Employer Branding

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