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23 days ago

Manager Systems Engineer

Sapient Global Markets Boston, MA

None of the game-changing work we do—whether for brands, capital and commodity markets, or government agencies—would be possible without our… Sapient Global Markets


9 days ago

Director of Global Revenue Accounting

Sapient Global Markets Boston, MA

None of the game-changing work we do—whether for brands, capital and commodity markets, or government agencies—would be possible without our… Sapient Global Markets


15 days ago

Manager, Revenue Recognition

Sapient Global Markets Boston, MA

None of the game-changing work we do—whether for brands, capital and commodity markets, or government agencies—would be possible without our… Sapient Global Markets


25 days ago

Senior Associate, Business Consulting

Sapient Global Markets Boston, MA

As Senior Associate, Business Consulting at Sapient Global Markets you will help clients to drive innovative strategies to improve business… Sapient Global Markets


8 days ago

Manager Technology

Sapient Global Markets Boston, MA

Job Location: 131 Dartmouth Street, Boston, MA 02116 and various, unanticipated sites throughout U.S. Job Type: Full Time… Sapient Global Markets


9 days ago

Director, Worldwide Treasury

Sapient Global Markets Boston, MA

None of the game-changing work we do—whether for brands, capital and commodity markets, or government agencies—would be possible without our… Sapient Global Markets


25 days ago

Senior .NET Developer with BizTalk experience

Sapient Global Markets Boston, MA

As Senior Associate, Technology you will use your in-depth knowledge of .NET technology to deliver business solutions for our clients in the… Sapient Global Markets


26 days ago

MANAGER, TECHNOLOGY – .NET Reference Data Architect

Sapient Global Markets Boston, MA

As Manager, Technology at Sapient Global Markets, you will help to realize high-end technology solutions for our clients in the financial and… Sapient Global Markets


25 days ago

Associate Office Services - Client Experience Concierge

Sapient Global Markets Boston, MA

None of the game-changing work we do—whether for brands, capital and commodity markets, or government agencies—would be possible without our… Sapient Global Markets


15 days ago

Manager, Finance Compliance

Sapient Global Markets Boston, MA

None of the game-changing work we do—whether for brands, capital and commodity markets, or government agencies—would be possible without our… Sapient Global Markets


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    Current Employee - Senior Manager, Program Management  in  Boston, MA
    Current Employee - Senior Manager, Program Management in Boston, MA

    I have been working at Sapient Global Markets full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    Well it all depends whether if it works out for you or not. For some it works out and yet for others it may not work out. No matter which consulting firm you work for, you have to be billable. If you are not billable for an extended period of time, then they are going to let you go. That being said, the work culture is good. But again, I am not talking about the work atmosphere of the client. The work atmosphere of the client could be a lot different.

    Cons

    They expect you to travel to places and some times, they do not have the budget to reimburse you for the expenses. Consider the following scenario and I assume it is pretty much the same even with the other prestigious big 4 consulting firms: A company always prefers a cheaper resource from India. A delivery manger's bonus is tied to project delivery i.e. to deliver at a lower cost. So there is always some one from India willing to do the same work for a lot less and this is a bad situation for all the Americans. People very high up in the food chain i.e. management's bonus is tied to cutting cost. How to cut cost? By bringing a cheap resource from India. Hey isn't that the same situation pretty much every where?

    High turn over rate except for those who come overseas from India (of course they want to stay in America).

    Promotions are political. Hey isn't that the same every where??

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Please promote from within and give preference to people who are loyal to the organization. Rather than hiring for a specific skill set from the market, why can't you train some people from within?

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