How Top Companies Are Attracting Employees And Improving Retention Rate? [Infographic]

Must Read

Employees are taken as one of the main asset by all companies in all respect in every situation. Every company depends upon their employees for strengthening its efficiency and market values. Therefore, companies are making their best efforts to woo them and keep them motivated towards company’s goal and work. And, in order to full fill employees’ demands, the big companies (especially multinationals) are now emphasizing more towards employee satisfaction and taking care of their need. This also matters because happier employees are showing splendid performance for their employers in all departments which is resulting faster and constant growth of the company.

Payscale has analyzed the world’s top nine companies and their employees personal views. According to the report, companies like Amazon, Microsoft, Facebook, Google are more concerned towards employees’ satisfaction in order to remain intact with the brightest mind of the tech world.

Employees, having an experience bellow 5 years, are taken as fresher for the companies and paid up to $10,000. While, the person having 5-10 year experience is provided up to $20,000. Microsoft is in the top position of paying $91,500 to the fresher while Google is paying $ 150,000 to the experienced executives.

Advertisements

Report claims that 95% of employees are receiving health insurance from the companies, whereas, 87% and 83% of total number of employees are receiving insurance on dental and vision respectively.

Interestingly Facebook is approving 3.5 days of casual leaves to their employees per month. Whereas Adobe is giving 3 external leaves to their employees. Salesforce employees are taking more stress to accomplish their jobs inside the company while the stress level is pretty less in Google – up to just 50%.

Facebook, Microsoft and LinkedIn provide their employees maximum flexibilities. Consequently, LinkedIn employees are 100% satisfied with the company norms.

33 is the most typical age for every tech industry employees inside the companies. Where as, for Facebook employees the least typical age is 26 years and for Microsoft the typical age is 34 years. Report also reveals that it takes avg. 3 years for an employee to settle down  himself at a good position inside the company.

Below Infographic from Payscale shows some more added facts and information including the above data of companies, have a look:

Advertisements

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest News

Investment In Edtech Startups 2020: Record $4.9 Billion And Still Counting

Whilst the entire world spent the better half of 2020 locked indoors and practising social distancing, online...

BLESA: The New Bluetooth Vulnerability Putting Billions of Devices At Risk

With the ever-changing technology, the war against hackers and those intent upon malicious data theft are eternal. Fighting them is like fighting...

Flipkart IPO In 2021: Gunning For $50 Billion Valuation, But Ditches India

The poster boy for Indian e-commerce Flipkart is finally gunning for an IPO. The twist to the news is the listing country,...

Google’s New Search Feature Makes Local Shopping Safer

Google's new search feature is all about making shopping safer and easier during the time of Covid19 when people are looking for...

Google Gets Grilled For Having Monopoly On Digital Ad Market: Just A Sneak Preview Of What’s To Come Next?

The world just received a sneak peek of the what’s heading Google’s way along with other big tech companies when it comes...

Spotify Miffed with Apple One

And there goes Spotify on a tirade against Apple. Again! The launch of Apple One has certainly ruffled a...

In-Depth: Dprime

Will ‘TikTok By Microsoft’ Be A Winner?

For the last two years, TikTok has been in the public eye for all sorts of reasons. First, it was the exploded...

Facebook Subscription Model: Looking Beyond Ad Dollars?

Seldom do job listings create a stir this gripping. However, when the job listing in question is a stealth post from Twitter,...

Will The Online Food Delivery Market in India End Up Becoming A Two-Horse Race?

It's pretty much evident that the food delivery space in India is all set to get riled up soon enough as one...

More Articles Like This