Infosys has been certified by theTop Employers Institute as a 2020 ‘Top Employer’, in recognition of its excellence in employment practices across Australia, Singapore and Japan. Organizations certified as Top Employers dedicate themselves to providing the very best working environments for employees through their progressive ‘people-first’ HR practices. These organizations are subjected to a rigorous selection process by the Top Employers Institute, which has certified and recognised more than 1,500 Top Employers in 118 countries/regions, across five continents.
The Top Employers Institute’s HR Best Practice Survey encompasses over 100 questions, which covers 600 ‘People Development’ practices across 10 topics: Talent Strategy, Workforce Planning, Talent Acquisition, On-boarding, Learning & Development, Performance Management, Leadership Development, Career & Succession Management, Compensation & Benefits and Culture.
Pravin Rao, Chief Operating Officer at Infosys, said, “It’s an honour to be recognised as a Top Employer across multiple markets. It is demonstrative of our focus on localization and life-long learning, that not only allow us to build the best workforce in each market but are also fundamental to our strategic approach of helping clients navigate their digital transformation journeys. We are committed to enhancing our HR practices and building collaborative workplaces – as we believe this benefits not only our people, but also our clients, and the community at large.”
David Plink, Chief Executive Officer, Top Employers Institute, said, “We believe that the 2020 certified organizations demonstrate exceptional employee conditions and encourage the development of these practices by putting their people first. Companies such as Infosys, help enrich the world of work with their outstanding dedication to HR excellence and because of this, it is recognized as an employer of choice.”
This accreditation follows Infosys also being recognised by the Top Employers Institute as a top three ‘Top Employer’ across Europe and the Middle East earlier in the year.