Infosys makes ‘Global Top Employers’ list in a row, No.1 in India

Infosys is one of 11 companies worldwide to receive this recognition.

Top Employers Institute has recognised Infosys among the ‘Global Top Employers’ for the second consecutive year. Infosys was also ranked No. 1 Top Employer in India. Infosys is one of 11 companies worldwide to receive this recognition.

Infosys has been named Top Employer across Asia Pacific, North America, Middle East, and Europe. The company has been top-ranked in 16 out of the 22 countries surveyed, including India, Australia, Japan, China, USA, Canada, UAE, Oman, the U.K, Ireland, France, Switzerland, and Sweden.

The Top Employer Certification highlighted Infosys’ focus on supporting employees’ well-being and experience, especially during the pandemic

“We are delighted to be awarded Global Top Employer again this year. This comes at a time when we have strengthened our approach to employee engagement, making it more purposeful and morale-boosting. We continue to significantly invest in digital learning for our workforce creating new avenues for their growth. Infosys’ internal talent marketplace also helps them move continuously upward in the value chain, delivering on our promise of ‘careers that never stand still’,” said Krish Shankar, Executive Vice President and Group Head of Human Resource Development, Infosys.

The Top Employers Institute program certifies organisations based on their Best Practices across six HR domains consisting of 20 areas such as People Strategy, Talent Acquisition, Work Environment, Learning, Well-being, and Diversity & Inclusion. Top Employers Institute conducted a detailed assessment of Infosys’ people practices through the HR Best Practices across 22 countries.

David Plink, CEO, Top Employers Institute said, “Reflecting on the demanding year that has, like the year before it, impacted organizations across the world, our Global Top Employers have continued to prioritize going above and beyond the norm to maintain their excellent people practices in the workplace. As a global Top Employer, Infosys has proven its unwavering commitment to employees on a global scale, joining a niche group of companies that have achieved a certification through the Top Employers Program. We are excited to celebrate and applaud them for their achievement in 2022.”

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