Facebook World’s Most Empathetic Company Towards Their Employee
Facebook has been positioned the most empathetic company in the world, in a survey issued by Harvard Business Review (HBR). The newly published Global Empathy Index has issued two distinct lists of companies in which they positioned 20 companies as “most empathetic” in the list and other 20 companies as most “least empathetic”. The companies were frequently of US, UK and India.
There were total 170 companies to be ranked and they ranked the companies by comparing their interior traditions, CEO deeds, integrity, existence and activities in social media and foremost monetary guidance. After coming to the final decision they also glimpse two million tweets amid September 27 and October 16th this year.
The author and activist of Empathy Business (a London build consultancy that broadcast the study every year) Belinda Parmar said “The published Empathy Index this year displays, compassion, which means understanding the expressive impression on customers or users and making a change in the society. Not only associate to progress, efficiency, and profit per employee is considered for a successful business but the satisfied service to the customer is the most vital point for a successful business”.
Parmar also said “the most companies which have got the “most empathetic” title because of their morality, guidance, interior traditions, trademark insight, and civic communication through social media. These companies give employment to top persons, carry a friendly surrounding in their office and finally acquire the award’.
According to Harvard Business Review (HBR) list of these were some most empathetic companies: Facebook, Google Alphabet, and LinkedIn were placed 1st, 2nd, and 3rd alternatively. Whereas Indian firms like Bharat Petroleum, Sun Pharmaceutical Industries, and ICICI Bank were placed least empathetic companies in the list.
Sun Pharmaceutical Industries and ICICI Bank were also included in the list and Bharti Airtel is at the fifth 5th position followed by Larsen & Toubro and Indian Oil. State Bank of India has got 11th position and Reliance Industries got the 13th position on the list.