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                    Foreign brokerage CLSA has come out with some interesting facts about 76 top Indian companies that together account for $1 trillion in market capitalisation.

                    Here’s a list of some of some coolest facts that the brokerage culled out of their FY17 annual reports.

                    1. Highest number of employees
                    TCS and Coal India are the only listed companies in India with more than 300,000 permanent employees.

                    2. Biggest employers
                    Financials and technology companies together employ more than 40% of the workforce.

                    3. Eldest CEO
                    At 70, IPCA Labs’ CMD Mr Premchand Godha, is the oldest executive head of a listed company in India.

                    4. Women employees
                    TCS has the highest number of women employees among listed companies at 34% of its total workforce. Infosys has highest proportion at 36%.

                    5. Salary decline
                    Among key companies disclosing average salary hikes for their employees, M&M is the only one where there is a decline (-1.5%) in FY17.

                    6. Women participation
                    The total women participation has gone up to 23% in FY17 from 21.6% in FY16.

                    7. Average size of annual reports
                    Average number of pages per annual report from a list of more than 70 FY17 annual reports is 274 pages.

                    8. Biggest hiring increase
                    Yes Bank’s total workforce grew by 34% YoY to more than 20,000 and staff costs were up 39% in FY17.

                    9. Longest annual report
                    RIL has the longest annual report (exsubsidiary financials) with a total of 460 pages.

                    10. Highest earnings per employee
                    HDFC has the highest earnings per employee at Rs32m vs average of BSE500 of Rs2.7m.

                    11. Shortest annual report
                    Coal India has the shortest annual report with 140 pages.

                    12. Job growth in PSU banks
                    Canara Bank, PNB, Syndicate Bank and Vijaya Bank saw 5% growth in their workforce in FY17

                    13. Use of word ‘demonetisation’
                    ‘Demonetisation’ was used 469 times in annual reports of 61 companies (among 75 companies) with SBI using it most at 29 times.

                    14. Use of word ‘GST’
                    ‘GST’ was used 351 times by 56 companies with RIL using it most at 26 times.

                    15. Longest annual report with subsidiary accounts
                    L&T’s annual report with subsidiary financials is 5,150 pages.

                    16. Disparity in salary
                    Ratio of CEO/MD salaries to that of median employees is the highest for Hero Motocorp at 731x and lowest for PSUs such as SBI at 2.5x.

                    17. Lowest CEO salary
                    Lowest CEO/MD salary is Rs3m for SBI, Bank of Baroda and Corporation Bank.

                    18. Online apparel sales
                    About 9% of apparel sales are through the internet. Apparel contributes almost 30% to India’s total ecommerce revenue.

                    19. Online electricity bill payment
                    For CESC, 28.5% of consumers paid their electricity bill online during FY17 versus 17.2% in FY16.

                    20. Online movie ticketing
                    For PVR, online movie ticketing rose from 26% of total admits in FY15 to 45% in FY17.

                    21. Low-income housing loans
                    Axis Bank’s low-income housing loans, called ‘Asha loans’, jumped by 66% during FY17 to Rs31bn.

                    22. Steel capex
                    JSW Steel plans to invest Rs268bn to expand steel capacity to 23 MTPA by March 2020.

                    23. Renewable energy focus
                    For Asian Paints, 22% of total energy requirements at its paint-manufacturing locations was met by renewable energy.

                    24. Reduction in carbon footprint
                    Hindustan Unilever increased the share of renewable energy to 28%. Its carbon footprint in manufacturing locations is down 13% YoY.

                    25. Data analytics usage
                    For Marico, data analytics has led to optimisation of sales savings of more than Rs350m.

                    26. Flexi-job creation
                    Listed flexi-job providers – Quess Corp, Team Lease and SIS – together have 0.43m employees, higher than any listed company in India.




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