HCL INFOSYSTEMS moved up in the survey driven by its
improvement in the HR parameter ranks from #18 to #12, even as its employee
parameter rankings fell marginally from #9 to #10.
During the year,
almost all companies have seen attrition levels go up as the job market expanded
with more openings available all over. Interestingly though, HCL Infosystems was
one of the few companies where attrition levels actually went down a bit from
13% to 11% while retention improved significantly from 87% to 91%. Employee
satisfaction on most parameters improved significantly though company culture
remains an issue.
People in the company emerged as a strength with 86% of HCL
Infosystems’ employees saying their superiors gave them due recognition for work
well down, while 83% said their colleagues help out when needed.
Despite a significant improvement in salary
satisfaction, some issues remain-for instance only about half feel they
being paid at par with industry standards or that they get paid enough for the
work they do in the company.