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- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
Great benefits, telecommuting flexibility, casual, U.S. workers take the job professionally. The health care plan is really cheap compared to other companies and covers a lot. Although they prefer you reliably come to the office, you usually have a lot of flexibility to work from home. Co-workers are not usually "lazy"
India bureaucracy can be slow and frustrating. India staff not doing their job. Telecom company, not "dot-com" Purchasing anything or getting legal sign off is very time consuming. We are required to use India staff heavily (it IS an Indian company after all), but they are not very good or savvy. Senior management is mediocre, except for Vinod.
Advice to Management
Try to get purchasing and legal expedited. Maybe bring it to U.S. Hire better level of employee in India to deal with more advanced projects
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 6+ weeks. I interviewed at Tata Communications.
F2F interview with 3 managers lasting 4 hours; It was a very thorough assessment of my skills and how I can apply it into a service provider environment. All 3 managers were very receptive to my points of view. Hiring manager told me that I will not hear from them for a long time since they are trying to hire a team. So it took 45 days to get an offer letter.
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Tata Communications Limited has a hold on the wholesale voice market in India and beyond. The company, which primarily provides international long-distance telephone service, owns and operates a network servicing more than 200 countries. It also offers network and data services to enterprises and supplies transmission backbone and data services to other telecommunications companies over one of the largest global IP networks. Outside of India, Tata Communications operates from offices in Australia, Europe, Hong Kong, North America, Russia, Singapore, and the United Arab ...