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how attractive are you as an employer in 2015?

The Taj Palace | New Delhi | 23April 2015 | exclusive evening event

You are invited to join Randstad and a group of senior HR professionals from a broad spectrum of leading organisations, to hear results from the Randstad Award 2015, India’s largest independent study of employee attitudes. It will give you valuable insight into the current market and latest trends, the key characteristics employees look for in a company and the strategies progressive employers need to adopt to compete for the best people.

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essential insights for HR leaders trying to attract and retain great people

We have surveyed nearly 10,000 employees and jobseekers across India to find out where they want to work in 2015, and why?  Our essential insights include: why people stay with their current employer; the factors that would lead them to look for a new job in 2015; which sectors they would most like to work in; and which employers they admire the most.

All of these insights, including comparisons across gender, age group and job function, will be revealed in New Delhi on 23 April (18:30 onwards).

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how companies can compete in the battle for talent

To help ensure that you can use the findings from our survey to build a truly effective people management strategy, the evening begins with a panel discussion with an elite set of panel speakers.

Hailing from some of the most successful corporates in India and Globally,discover their employer branding secrets and how you can adapt them for your company.


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key insights from 2014

  • 47%
    of Indianemployees ranked salary as the #1 workplace motivator
  • 1st
    Microsoft’s position in the list of the 150 most attractive large employers in India
  • 9,000
    people surveyed in 2014
  • 22%
    more women than men value 'conveniently located’ among their top workplace motivators