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Started really exited about working there then started training there the trainer was a total racist constantly making black jokes i was so angry as my children are mixed race i complained to hr who tried to sweep it under the carpet dont go there if your of another nationality disgrace of a company
Bullys and racists every where
It totally depends on which project or unit you are working under since it is a very big company . Sometimes there is too much stress created due to old generation managers who creates a whatsapp group of work and expects working you round the clock . positives- Excellent campus and diverse domain and technology opportunities
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This is a very good company for those who want to stay in a company for a long in there initial years . They have some good projects and tie with certain good companies but the bad part is salary , there salary is non competitive
Overall, it seems like the company is struggling with the workload and try to make promises to stakeholders they cannot keep. Management need to up the game and have proper processes in place.
nice office i guess plus decent tea
Very stressful environment, but satisfying if you are on a project. Business operates unlike anywhere else i've been, more like a talent agency. Not much hands on training offered but plenty of electronic training available. Heavily focused around India employees and business models.
Infosys gives opportunities, the important thing here is to identify the same and cash in on it. When I started working at Infosys, it was difficult for me to establish a place for myself in the good books of management. But with sheer effort and dedication I could successfully do that and now I am in a position where my opinion has started to matter.
Flexible working hours
Sometimes it becomes monotonous.