Jan Koum and Brian Acton incepted WhatsApp after getting spurned for jobs at Facebook. The duo found it gruelling to persuade and source its first 35 people. But today, choosing the best thing at best time placed that bunch of people in the cubicles of one of the world’s biggest organization. Precisely, this is the creme de la creme of benefit with the startup winds. Apart from this dream-come-true degree of hope, a startup churns the extreme skills out of you since it is composed by fresh-minded folks who drive the same path.
Startups conventionally grow not only with blasting & innovative ideas but also need to proffer the best treatment to their employees, which include lending ears to their each new thought. Along with a competitive employment policy, they should also be able to synchronize their lives with fun filled workplace culture, which will reinvigorate their minds brawling with the routines. The open door policy followed in every good startup is literally the doorway to a plethora of opportunities.
Assisting people to practically choose such startups, siliconindia identifies ‘50 Best Startups to Work For’. A renowned panel of the industry's topmost CIOs, CEOs, HR Managers and industry analysts including siliconindia's editorial board scrutinized the list of companies. This meticulous exploration delved into several factors including the work-life balance, pay scale & benefits, training, opportunities, atmosphere & infrastructure and mission & vision, and compared them against market standards to ensure that they are the best and finally led siliconindia to come up with best startups. This index doesn't only endeavour to facilitate job seekers to spot their fitting spot but also to help entrepreneurs to choose world class work policies that backed these enterprises to dominate the segment.
50 Best Startups To Work For - 2016