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11. Compass Group, UK: 410,074


Britain's Compass Group is a contract foodservice and support services multinational company.


It is the world's largest contract foodservice company and has operations in over 50 countries, according to Wikipedia.
Listed on the London Stock Exchange, the group employs over 410,000 people.


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12. United Parcel Service, US: 407,000


The United States Postal Service is an independent agency

of the US responsible for providing postal service in the country.


In the US, it is often referred to as the Post Office, Postal Service, or US Mail.


The USPS operates the largest civilian vehicle fleet in the world, with an estimated 260,000 vehicles.
The company's employees deliver mail at an average yearly cost of $235 per residence as of 2009.


Fierce competition from Internet, e-mail and private outfits like United Parcel Service and FedEx has forced USPS to adjust its business strategy and to modernise itself of late.



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13. Foxconn, China: Over 400,000


Foxconn is the world's biggest contract electronics maker. Terry Gou is the chairman of the $46-billion Taiwanese technology giant that employs over 400,000 workers.
Foxconn is part of Taiwan's Hon Hai Precision Industry Company.


Foxconn manufactures iPhones, iPads and spare parts for Apple Inc, desktop computers and parts for Hewlett-Packard and Dell, mobile phones for Motorola and other electronic goods for many other top brands, including Sony, Nokia and Microsoft.


Foxconn factories resemble mini-cities but its work ethics, managerial practices besides poor salaries were stated to be reasons for recurring suicides, which the company was unable to stem.
Newspaper reports have for long stated that Foxconn is a very secretive company which uses a dictatorial methods and military-style discipline to bullying its army of workers.


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14. Gazprom, Russia: 396,571

Gas giant Gazprom is the largest enterprise in Russia.
In 1989, when the erstwhile USSR's ministry of gas industry was corporatised, Gazprom was born.
Gazprom generates close to 20 per cent of the world's natural gas.
It has gas and oil fields across the world. Gazprom has over 396,500 employees.


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15. DaimlerChrysler, Germany: 382,724 employees


The world's 13th largest car manufacturer, Daimler (earlier called DaimlerChrysler) employs over 382,700 people.
The company is known for its high precision and super-performance cars, trucks and buses. The company also has big interests in aerospace
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