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TCS rated ICT employer of the year in Netherlands

Our Bureau Mumbai | Updated on March 12, 2018 Published on November 09, 2012

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has been rated the Netherlands’ top information and communications technology employer of the year.

The rating came from The CRF Institute, a specialist in international research into HR management and working conditions, conducting research into employee offerings in 30 countries on five continents.

The award underlines the high quality of TCS’ human resource practices, focusing on personal growth and development of its employees worldwide, the company said in a release today.

“Strong employee involvement in social initiatives such as the TCS Amsterdam Marathon, which raised funds to fight cancer, reinforces the sense of belonging to a socially responsible organisation. We remain committed to investing in a work culture built on social values, continuous learning, trust, empowerment and team work to bring out the best in our people, allowing them the opportunity to realise their potential,” D.P. Nambiar, Director and Head, Human Resources of TCS Europe said.

Founded in 1991, The CRF Institute is a specialist in international research into HR management and working conditions, conducting research into employee offerings in 30 countries on five continents.

The institute had conducted a rigorous evaluation of HR policies and practices among 19 IT companies in the Netherlands. TCS secured the highest score in the industry, it added.

The company has been rated the highest (five stars) in the industry for the categories related to training and development, career possibilities, organisation culture and innovation. TCS was also recognised with high scores in primary benefits, secondary benefits and work environment.

TCS has been operating in the Netherlands since 1992 and has over 2,500 employees. The company’s client base in the country includes Dutch corporations such as ABN Amro, Royal Haskoning, ING Group, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and NXP Semi-conductors.

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Published on November 09, 2012
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