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I have been working at Chetu full-time
Mostly I have seen when an employee quits the company, they start writing bad reviews as if they are extra-ordinary or they have done something exceptional in their life. The way you write your review shows how mature you are. As a PM, you are talking like a fresh developer who has just born in the market. BTW, no HR is involved here if you think I am asked to write this reivew. Yes, I have also heard bad words from CEO and at times, I have felt I should leave. But when I think again or put myself in one's position, I might have done worse. Yes, company is not huge and hence you are closely communicating with CEO and that's the reason, you at least know the BOSS' life. Yes, micromanagement is there but why? Because no TPM has joined with PM experience and you need to be groomed in that area. If you are looking for "cool" life/job, don't join Chetu. If you want to learn and develop, join Chetu. Simple. In fact, I have worked in "very popular" Indian company for many years.... I can say I have learnt more here. And yes, if you work good, don't worry about increments.
At times, you feel you are bounded which should be eased out.
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Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Helpful (2)Declined OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at Chetu (Miami, FL) in March 2014.
Recruiter reached out to me. Scheduled a online test. 2 Telephonic round one technical with a panel and other HR round. HR head was a snob and behaved like he was doing a favor by offering me the job.. He also gave multiple unnecessary comments and unnecessary advice.. Please treat people with respect.. I decided to decline the offer...
- nothing was too difficult.. they needed someone very badly but were not willing to pay market rate Answer Question
Reasons for Declining
Offer was not lucrative. They felt years of experience is the only parameter for salary.. Indian HR reached out explaining how it was criminal for me to ask for more money and how they will face a huge problem if they offered me more salary than other existing managers.. no room for negotiation... when I asked whether the company would pay for family relocation.. i got an off the cuff remark"Dont you know how to manage personal matter." I decided not to join a company whose HR heads think relocation to a new job with family is personal matter. I wonder, how they treat people after they join. HR expects Indian policies to be followed by US hires. No diversity.
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