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Dr. Vishal Sikka
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    Good clients, bad management, no meritocracy but only sycophancy

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    Former Employee - Consultant in Portland, OR
    Former Employee - Consultant in Portland, OR

    I worked at Infosys full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    Good clients, decent salary, at times good peers

    Cons

    Poor management who are not competent, poor policies that dont care about employees, no meritocracy in promotions or salary hikes. Lot of sycophancy built in, that deters performers to stay. They dont even care to hold people back, as their business model works on attrition.
    Work life balance is pathetic if you work in onsite-offshore model. You have to attend 8 hrs of work at onsite, and then take 2-3 hrs of offshore calls every day.
    No compensation for working on weekends.
    Surprisingly, they dont even pay you onsite salary if you reach on Saturday. The day you start working say Monday, then only you'll get the onsite salary. Some places they don't even offer you accommodation for initial few days. Imagine going with your family to a new country altogether, and spending your savings in foreign currency in hotels, while you are still getting paid in INR, all for the job.
    Though the company talks about values and ethics, but managers on the ground cheat the client everyday, whether its in fudging experience, fudging numbers, making employees work at two clients at same time, and billing both of them.
    The list is endless. This company is better avoided.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    When top management is sleeping, there's no advice you can give. But still, my advice is to focus on growth and retain top performers. Weed out non performers from middle management, they are eating the company.
    Try to increase revenues through new business, rather than reach guidance numbers through cutting down on AC, coffee and stationary costs.

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