Tata Steel Emerges As India’s Fifth Most Attractive Employer

Jamshedpur 30th June 2021:  Tata Steel has been ranked among the top 5 most attractive employer brands in India.

The latest Randstad Employer Brand Research (REBR) 2021 was announced today, where Tata Steel has ranked among the top 5 most attractive employer brands in India for 2021.

The list is announced based on financial health, strong reputation, and attractive salary and benefits parameters.

The research captures the views of more than 1,90,000 respondents (the general public, aged 18-65) on 6,493 companies in 34 countries. It provides insight into potential employees’ perceptions and drivers of choice.

Tata Steel has created equal opportunities for all by focusing on inclusive workplace policies for the LGBTQ+ community to foster a diverse workforce.

Tata Steel takes pride in prioritizing the safety, health, and well-being of employees during the pandemic and continues to support them with future HR policies. 

Making a positive contribution to the quality of life of people and communities is fundamental to the company.

Technology giant Google India has emerged as the ‘most attractive employer brand’, followed by Amazon India and Microsoft India, a survey said.

Infosys is at the fourth position while Tata Steel is at the fifth position.

According to the Randstad Employer Brand Research (REBR) 2021 findings, Google India scored high on financial health, strong reputation, and attractive salary and benefits parameters – the top three Employee Value Proposition (EVP) drivers.

Amazon India emerged as the runner-up, followed by Microsoft India.

 Others in the top 10 most attractive employer brands in India for 2021 include Infosys Technologies at fourth place, Tata Steel (5th), Dell Technologies Ltd (6th), IBM (7th), Tata Consultancy Services (8th), Wipro (9th), and Sony (10th).

However, the survey noted that the financial health of the organization as well as the good reputation of the employer was considered to be major factors for both male and female respondents.

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