- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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Chetu has given me the opportunity to do exactly what I love doing in a way that is challenging and rewarding. Every day is something new: a new puzzle to solve, a new challenge to overcome, a new technique to master. There is no other company that would have given me the opportunities to grow as I have had with Chetu. I have worked from the corporate office for 2 years now and I wouldn't trade the experience I have gained here for anything. I love that I can see the results of my work and the work of the team who works with me, whether it is over time or right away.
If you aren't willing to put in the effort or time to show your worth to the company, the company will give you the respect and worth you have earned. Sometimes there are late nights or times when you have to work on an off day to make sure things get done correctly, but if you have passion for what you do, this "con" is simply a part of ensuring your work meets the standards of the company. Besides, everything from the hours to the pay and benefits are laid out for you before you start - so if you don't want to put in that extra effort, maybe Chetu isn't for you.
Advice to Management
Bringing issues to the forefront can be intimidating at times. Providing a method to voice complaints, concerns or suggestions in a way that makes employees feel more empowered and comfortable can help improve the company, especially in the US offices. Perhaps providing a suggestions box in the US offices can help employees feel as though they can speak up will help. I would suggest for the offices outside of headquarters, that any complaints placed in the box be mailed to headquarters on a weekly basis as needed.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week – 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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