Bonus, travel allowances, sales commission, incentives all were the talk of the town in the job market.
Today, the game has completely changed and the focus has shifted from monetary view point to
complete engagement of the employees in the development of the employees and the organization.
Workplace recognition and revenue growth are not coincidental and is a reflection of one's belief that
treating employees well is a good business. This has become a key driver of innovation in most of the
Companies are spending heavily for their employees training, may it be onsite or offsite training,
to provide them a better understanding of their core work functionality. With such huge investments
being made on the employees, retaining them are one of the top priorities for any HR. Thus, different
companies come up with different HR policies to not only retain them but to keep them motivated at
all the touch points possible.
Today, the four walls of the office and 9 AM to 5 PM are no more a bondage for the employees to
execute their job. Work from home and working hour flexibility are among the high drivers of the job
market helping the employees to make work-life balance and the organization to grow exponentially
globally. Family and health insurance, maternity leaves, paternity leaves, team lunches or even free
lunches, team outing and transportation facilities do seem to be the cherry on the cake, however these
play a vital role in not only attracting good talent but also keeping them with the organization.
Recognizing the need of the hour, companies of all sizes have tweaked their HR policies to provide
the best working environment and culture to their employees. Based on these factors siliconIndia
brings to you "India's 50 Best Small & Startup Companies to Work For – 2013". We believe that these
companies are quite a step ahead from their peers in the industry in terms of their HR policies and