TCS Named the No 1 Top Employer in Asia Pacific for Second Year in a Row
TCS has been recognized as the Number One Top Employer in Asia Pacific for 2020 by the Top Employers Institute. TCS received the ranking for the second year in a row.
The Top Employers Institute rated TCS as an exceptional performer across 10 core Human Resources (HR) areas: talent strategy, workforce planning, on-boarding, learning and development, performance management, leadership development, career and succession management, compensation and benefits, talent acquisition, and company culture. TCS was also recognized as the Number 1 Top Employer in Australia and a Top Employer in Mainland China, India, Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong.
"We are delighted to be recognized by the Top Employers Institute for our employee-centric HR policies. At a time of profound technology change, our investments in organic talent development at scale and our focus on attracting and retaining the best talent in every country that we operate in, have helped us gain leadership and become the preferred partner in our customers' Business 4.0™ transformation journeys," said Rajeev Das, Head, Human Resources, TCS Asia Pacific.
David Plink, CEO, Top Employers Institute, says, "Recognizing our regional Certified Top Employers 2020 is an extremely proud moment for us all. This level of certification showcases the dedication to the consistent application of HR excellence on a regional level – an impressive commitment to enriching the world of work. Congratulations!"
Based in the Netherlands, the Top Employers Institute evaluates companies worldwide, taking into consideration employee conditions, talent development and enablement throughout all levels of the organization, and continuous improvement and excellence in employment practices. Applicants are certified after undergoing a stringent research and standards review process, and an evaluation by independent auditors.
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