TCS Named as a Best Big Company to Work for in the UK

Mumbai: Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) (BSE: 532540, NSE: TCS), a leading global IT services, consulting, and business solutions organisation, has been listed among the top 25 Best Big Companies to work for in the UK and among the Best Companies in the Consultancy sector by the Best Companies organisation.

The Best Big Companies list honours 25 organisations with at least 2,000 employees, based on an anonymous survey that assesses employee experience across engagement, culture, work environment, leadership, wellbeing, diversity and giving back to the community. TCS was recognized for prioritizing the health and wellness of its employees, with initiatives such as virtual access to a GP, HR outreach sessions and mental health awareness programmes, and commitment to reskill employees while on remote work.

A variety of supporting talent transformation initiatives such as the Elevate programme – a merit-based talent framework to bring tighter linkage between learning and careers – have enabled professional development at every level in the organisation. These investments, initiatives and TCS’ progressive workplace policies have led to best-in-class retention rates. In fiscal 2021, TCS’ attrition rate in IT services was 7.2 percent, the lowest in the industry.

“TCS is today one of the top IT service providers in the UK, and the preferred growth and transformation partner of leading British corporations because of its ability to attract, retain and motivate the best talent available here,” said Chandrasekaran Ramkumar, Head of HR, UK and Ireland, TCS. “We are delighted to be recognized for our progressive workplace policies and commitment to the health and wellbeing of our employees. As one of the largest employers of digital talent in the UK, we continue to invest in the growth and personal development of employees at all levels.”

To explore interesting career opportunities and understand how you can help shape the digital world, please visit the TCS Careers page.

 

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