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- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
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I have faith in the ethics of the company.
I feel motivated to perform my duties to the best of my ability, and am compensated for my zeal.
I have opportunity and room to elevate myself within the company.
I am pleased, overall, to work at the Taj Hotel in Boston.
The physical environment of the back office (the physical appearances of the offices we work in) is rather cramped and deteriorated. It makes for a dismal visual aesthetic. No windows.
I doubt that there is much that can be done to amend this, and I dont expect management to do anything about it honestly. But it is worth mentioning if you work primarily in the administrative offices.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 5+ weeks – interviewed at Tata Group (New York, NY) in February 2011.
I was interview for TCS’s client McGraw Hill for the New York Location. i took two rounds of Phone Interview first with a TCS employee Murali and then with the McGraw Hill employee Jenny at two different time period.
Once the interviews were done, they came back and said i need to complete 2 case studies. after submitting the case studies, they offered me the job and the contracts were signed but, they came back a day later and said the position is on hold and they are waiting from McGraw Hill for a start date.
I have been in touch with TCS for the past couple of months, they are still unable to offer me a start date.
this is highly unprofessional. If they are unaware of the start days, why would they even start interviewing candidates? If you have gone thru’ a similar situation please let us now.
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India's largest industrial conglomerate, Tata Group comprises more than 90 companies with activities ranging from manufacturing and chemicals to consumer products and business services. Its Tata Steel unit is India's largest private steelmaker, while Tata Power is the nation's largest private power utility. Tata Motors makes the world's most inexpensive car -- the Nano -- and owns the Land Rover and Jaguar automobiles. Other units include Tata Communications (international telephone network services), Tata Consultancy Services (outsourced business services), and Tata...