Flipkart Tops LinkedIn’s Most Sought-After Workplace In India 2019 Rankings

Flipkart, India’s largest e-commerce marketplace, ranked number 1 in LinkedIn’s 2019 ‘Top Companies’ survey, released on Wednesday. This marks the third time in the last four years that Flipkart has topped the rankings, having been named number 1 in 2016 and 2017 previously. The annual list -- Top Companies 2019: Where India wants to work now -- is based on engagement and feedback from the professional networking platform’s 54 million users in India.


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LinkedIn’s list is compiled based on four key criteria: interest in the company, engagement with the company’s employees, job demand and employee retention. The homegrown Flipkart Group, with group companies Myntra-Jabong and PhonePe, is home to around 14,000+ employees and has built a reputation for itself as a fast-paced and dynamic workplace. As India’s start-up poster child, Flipkart has long been a magnet for attracting the country’s top talent, particularly in engineering and tech. Flipkart was also recently named the fairest in working conditions and wages for ‘gig economy’ workers by an Oxford Internet Institute study.

“We are happy to be ranked once again as the most sought after workplace in India, which is an endorsement of our brand, and speaks to the ability of homegrown enterprises to create world-class institutions. At Flipkart, we have a unique, open and flexible culture that empowers our employees to do meaningful work that impacts the lives of millions of Indians. The chance to effect real change on the ground has always been our biggest draw as a company, and that allows us to attract top-notch talent who are equipped to create value for India, said Kalyan Krishnamurthy, CEO, Flipkart.

According to analysis of the rankings published by LinkedIn, companies featuring in the list display high engagement levels with employees, attract interest from external talent, provide great career opportunities, have a winning culture, and excellent benefits. LinkedIn conducts an annual survey of its 600 million plus users globally to determine the top companies to work for in India, Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, the U.K, and the U.S., among others.

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