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10 Best Companies to Work in India

By SiliconIndia   |   Thursday, 29 September 2011, 12:38 Hrs   |    2 Comments
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10 Best Companies to Work in India

Bangalore ; Are you a very dedicated employee still you are not getting accomplishments from your boss as much you ought to be. Then you might have been caught up in the wrong place. This is the era where employees each minute single effort makes a big difference to larger productivity.Therefore, great work places always recognize and appreciate the contribution of their employees.Here is the list of top 10 best companies where employees contributions valued in high esteem.

1. Google


Google is the best company to work for in India. Google says it is not a conventional company and it gives freedom to employees to work and enjoy while at office. The best part about Google is that it allows people to take risks and fail in their pursuit for technological excellence. Google says that it does everything to make sure employees not only have great jobs, but great lives as well.

Google maintains high standards and terms in the recruitment process. The rigorous seven step recruitment process makes sure only the brightest of

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Reader's comments(2)
1: It is great post.Thank you.
Posted by:dialus - 19 May, 2014
2: I can recommend Photon Infotech too, which has its flexibility in work timings and leaves, cooperation at all cases from company and team aswell. Employees are allowed to change their platforms, can take breaks at there own time. Employees will be given more preference and free health checkups will be conducted regularly :)
Posted by:Aryan - 04 Oct, 2011