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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
Always fun to work with Infosys as workng for different customers across different domains are always challenging and competitive. All of the Infoscians are quick learners and flexible to pick up any technology, any domain and any job at any point of time.
Secure and competitive . Good learning opportunity
Salary is not negotiable
Quality of projects at Infosys Limited is very good. Lot of development projects which provide a very good opportunity for self learning. Project in almost all different skill available. Good onsite opportunities.
Good onsite Opportunities
Salary and Long hours
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The company does not have a practical sales or delivery approach with exploitative and unintelligent compensation policies and poor HR management practices.
The organizations has several clients across the globe, so you can try and search for the domain and type of work you would like to work on. However, its not very easy to move from one place/unit/domain to another. Its still quite better when compared to some other Indian IT service providers in terms of transparency, but, salary is not the best!
This is the classic case of a management consulting firm with loads of potential but too much micro-management from India and too much dead wood management (especially from India). Most of the good Partners and Associate Partners have left within the first six months of the merger (between the spun-off arm of Infosys and Lodestone Management Consulting). Too many Indian consultants promoted to senior roles who did not deserve it and don't do anything of value. Plenty of experience development for Senior Consultant and below. At Manager / Principal level, the environment starts to get difficult with the office politics and micro-management. At Associate Partner / Senior Principal level and above, the environment is not worth staying around unless you were a Partner before the merger and in good terms with the Infosys "Indian" senior management. If you are a Director, Associate Partner or Partner from a Big Four or a medium sized management consultancy... don't jump for this place unless there's loads of money on the table and you plan to stay less than 2 years. It's not a "management consultancy" any more (since Infosys Consultng - which was independent from Infosys)! It's just another arm of the same old Infosys.
Good experience and development for junior levels
Indian work culture, long hours, office politics, no senior career development, low salary package
Throughout my career, I have been required to be creative when developing new ways of interacting with the workforce. Some examples of this are; Recruitment and day to day administration b) I developed ‘HIPOTS’, which was a program aimed at retaining high performers within the business. This used a nine box model to create a detailed engagement program and focussed on increasing direct involvement with business leaders. c) I created a new Induction and Orientation booklet for staff what relocated from Australia to India to help them to settle, and to assist them in their understanding of the basic requirements and cultural challenges of living in India. d) I designed a Rewards and Recognitions program for a newly created business unit for employees of all levels. Competency Development Programs; a)Innovating Learning approaches: • Learn from the Stars – I introduced a scheme whereby inspirational and educational movies that delivered a key message related to the workplace were shared amongst employees who were then asked to share their learnings with colleagues. • My Story – I encouraged employees to share knowledge, experiences and success stories through regular mailers. I devised the format and circulated throughout the organisation. b) Career Development – I created ‘Career Fair’, which was an online space where employees could connect with business leaders and HR managers to talk about where internal job opportunities existed and to understand the different routes available for progression in the organization. c) Employee Retention; • Red Carpet – - more...
Excellent Culture and empowerment
Compensation is poor, especially for those that have been with the company for longer than 2 years. Project work can be interesting however the flexibility to choose the clients and projects that you work on is not there. Worth considering for a short term job.
On a typical day I work for Infosys customers as IT service supplier leading software professionals, providing technical expertise in different projects related to business intelligence, data warehouse development and support/maintenance for existing data warehouses. Most enjoyable part of my job is leading the team injecting technical expertise while contributing as developer at the same time. Managing different stakeholders including dev team spread across globe, business users, managers from customer and employer provides healthy challenge.
opportunities to learn and grow as IT professional
Infosys has an excellent training facility for fresh graduates and has played a great part in building the careers of budding IT professionals. It has excellent learning opportunities for young engineers and a great place to work but can be a difficult place to grow if you are not performing well in the internal certification exams.
Great campuses with resort facilities
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