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Opening for the position of ESRI DEVELOPERS / LEAD DEVELOPERS

AscenTal Hyderābād

Designing, coding and debugging applications in various software languages. Software analysis, code analysis, requirements analysis, software review… Glassdoor


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ESRI DEVELOPERS / GIS DEVELOPER - CMMi LEVEL5 Company

Ascental Solutions Hyderābād

Designing, coding and debugging applications in various software languages. Software analysis, code analysis, requirements analysis, software… Glassdoor


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SAP Project Manager

Ascental Solutions Hyderābād

We have a opening for the position of SAP Project Manager Position:SAP PROJECT MANAGER Experience: 10+Years Job location: Hyderabad Basic skill… Glassdoor


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SAP Project Manager

AscenTal Solutions Hyderābād

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Immediate opening for the position of system Engineer

Ascental Solutions Hyderābād

N.P: Total EXP: Relevant EXP: Reason for change : Feel free to contact me for further… Glassdoor


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    Very Mixed Experience

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Project Engineer
    Current Employee - Project Engineer

    I have been working at Stryker full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Most colleagues friendly, helpful and engaged... many go above and beyond to help you, especially when you first start. Overall a positive and "can do" team atmosphere.
    A lot of social activities outside of work, which is nice when first moving to a new city.
    Some good benefits such as flex time, home office, etc.
    Good place to gain experience as an entry-level employee (rarely beyond that) because you can take on a lot of responsibility relatively quickly and learn a lot.
    Having the company name on your CV is usually a good career boost.

    Cons

    Long hours, high pressure, poor work-life balance... often for little to no benefit in return.
    Company revolves around the sales team and quarterly profits, product "development" involves catching up to competitors and tweaking existing devices that the sales force can sell as "new products".
    Very low retention rate. Company strategy is to hire inexperienced (cheap) but extremely motivated applicants right out of college, squeeze as much as possible out of them for a few years until a select few move up, and the rest become frustrated & disillusioned enough to leave (usually to better-compensated positions at another company).
    Due to the rigorous hiring process, almost all employees are top-qualified, type-A, overachiever, workaholic types. This makes it very difficult to outshine others. This causes back-stabbing, credit-stealing, manipulation, shameless self-promotion and even blatant lying. Many identified as "leaders" for management track are in fact pros at this.
    Because of this, a lot of middle management consists of inexperienced "careerists" with questionable values, which rarely make good supervisors.
    Compensation below average. Pay raises completely disconnected from performance reviews and company growth, and pretty low across the board.
    Lack of direction/support/budget for career development. Most career growth opportunities are people management track (e.g., limited opportunities for engineers to specialize). Promotions/titles lack transparency and are sometimes flat out absurd.
    Gallup personality profiling creates herd mentality. If you deviate just slightly from the norm, then you can quickly find yourself an outsider. If you're not highly assertive and outspoken, you can easily be overrun, written off as "unengaged/demotivated", and taken advantage of.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Try focusing as much on employee retention as you do on recruiting.

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