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Randstad Award 2016: Celebrating the most attractive employers

The Randstad Award is the largest independent employer branding survey in the world. The award is presented each year to the most attractive employer in various countries across the globe. In its 6th year in India, and 16th year globally, you can expect the event to be bigger, better and a whole lot more insightful.
 
Randstad Award Winner 2016 :

 

Award for most attractive employer: Google
Runner up award for most attractive employer: Mercedes-Benz India
Special recognition award in the consumer electronics sector: Samsung India
Special recognition award in the IT sector: Dell
Special recognition award in the e-commerce sector: Amazon India

how are the winners determined?

The Randstad Award is not just another prize for the trophy cabinet. The winner is based on the outcome of the world’s largest employer branding survey and it is the only prize representing ‘the people’s choice’. This means that the outcome is based only on public perception, i.e. what the public really thinks about the participating companies.
 
We recognize that companies with a lower public profile could be at a disadvantage compared to large companies which might have higher name recognition. Therefore, to create a level playing field, the Randstad Award focuses on three main areas: 

 

  - overall brand awareness
  - absolute attractiveness
  - relative attractiveness

  

past winners

Chief Guest for the evening

Join us for an evening full of key actionable insights where our chief guest for the night, Mr. Sri Rajan, (Chairman, Bain & Company India) shares his views.

 

About our chief guest: 
Mr. Sri Rajan is the chairman of Bain & Company's India offices. He is an active contributor to the firm's Customer Strategy & Marketing, Private Equity, Industrial Goods & Services and Telecommunications, Media and Technology (TMT) practices. He has nearly 20 years of management consulting experience in India and the United States. He has supported the creation and execution of turnaround strategies for multiple diversified firms and also has significant experience working with private equity firms in pre-deal diligence and post-deal strategy, as well as in operational engagements across sectors. Sri is a leader in Bain's Developing Market 100 program, which advises high-growth companies in developing markets as they journey toward global leadership. He is also a member of the Global Agenda Council on India of the World Economic Forum. Sri earned his MBA from the Wharton School of Business, where he was a Palmer Scholar. He graduated with a post-graduate degree in management from IIM, Calcutta.