Y-AXIS – Whippany, NJ
Knowledge of Capital Markets, especially in the Compliance area. Analytical Skills (SQL query knowledge required)Experience writing Business… Y-AXIS
Y-AXIS – United States
Y-Axis is a global Information Technology Consulting, Project Management and Placement Firm. We have multiple openings for Business… Y-AXIS
Y-Axis – Bangalore
B2B, B2C sales professional who will sell our travel packages to corporate and HNI clients ticketing, visas, MICE, FOREX, FIT customized packages and… TimesJobs
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I worked at Y-AXIS full-time (More than a year)
I was recommended to join y axis by a friend of mine. He had worked with a couple of years earlier and had good things to say. the training is pretty good. They give you the necessary tools and help you learn by having an instructor works with you to make sure you have a good grasp of the material. They provide excellent mock interviews; help with resume prep and placement. So the beginning of the relationship is excellent.
while the beginning of the relationship is great, they can’t wait to screw you over once they find a placement for you. All of sudden everyone is too busy to answer calls and reply to emails. Too busy to send out your paycheck out on time. They offered support once you are placed but no one is available if you have questions and might actually need the support they promised. There are no relocation benefits, even though they promise it, the health benefits were terrible and there is no time off. When you ask about time off or benefits, they tell you to be grateful that you have a job making decent pay. Worse thing is the company dodges questions about your bill rate from the client, doesn’t share any documentation. You are supposed to take their word for what the client pays. As with many BA placement companies you sign a contract where you work out arrangement for pay rate, etc. but Yaxis just shady with the way they handle their "employees" and thier contract.
Advice to Management
treat your employed trainees better and they will reward you with loyalty and reommendations.