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73 English questions out of 73

March 29, 2021

Does Genpact offer massages?

Pros

Good benefits, Free shuttle service

Cons

Clients are always very toxic

Good benefits, Free shuttle service

March 29, 2021

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January 18, 2021

Does Genpact offer dental insurance?

Pros

Flexible, Virtual trainings, stability, Internal job opportunities

Cons

Low growth, No major perks, Not a good medical insurance policy, bad internal system

Advice to Management

Work toward employee satisfaction, better health insurance

Low growth, No major perks, Not a good medical insurance policy, bad internal system

January 18, 2021

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January 10, 2022

Does Genpact have a pension plan?

Pros

Pension good, would have stayed

Cons

Never promote the right people

Pension good, would have stayed

January 10, 2022

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March 8, 2021

Does Genpact offer life insurance?

Pros

– Lots of Perks One of the obvious benefits of working for a large company is that there are a lot of perks. For example, most large companies can offer a range of insurance options. This includes not only different options for medical insurance, but also supplemental insurance (like life insurance or even pet insurance). And, because the company is large, they are usually able to negotiate a better deal, which means there’s a good chance you’ll pay less out of pocket. But, there are usually other perks at a large company, too. There may be tuition reimbursement, on-site daycare, and even an on-site gym, restaurant, or dry cleaner. And, large companies are generally more likely to offer remote work options and flexible work schedules. – Resources Large companies can offer their employees “more,” because they have more resources. For example, large companies generally offer higher salaries and bonuses. They can also kick in more for the employer share of insurance and may be more likely to contribute to other perks. And, thanks to these resources, employees have more access to more resources. This means that if you’re having technology problems, there’s usually an in-house support team to help you out. Or, they might just give you a new computer. Large companies may also contribute more to your training. This doesn’t just mean internal training. It also means outside professional development. Large companies are happy to send you to conferences and training sessions so you can learn new skills. – Opportunities Working at a large company gives you many professional opportunities. For starters, you will have access to a larger network, which can pay dividends down the line. And, your career path may be clearer. Most large companies have a specific set of rules for evaluations, raises, and promotions. You’ll know what you need to do to get to the next level. Because there is often higher turnover at large companies (yes, this can be a pro), there are likely more opportunities more often to advance your career. In the event that you aren’t advancing quickly, want to try out a new job, or even just want a change of scenery, large companies tend to have more than one location—sometimes even locations around the world. Moving to a new office or a new position is often easy to do, giving you access to new locations, new people, and new opportunities.

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– Advancement Isn’t Easy At a small company, you should have a job description. But, the odds are pretty good that you don’t have much else. Small companies don’t usually have a list of accomplishments you have to achieve before you get a promotion or even a raise. This means you may not have a clear road map of how you can advance your career or even what the next step at the company is for you. And, because the company is small, there is likely less forward momentum in your career. You have to wait for someone to leave (which happens less often in a small company), or hope that someone creates a new position (which also doesn’t happen often). And, while you may get a title change each year, if your job duties aren’t changing, you aren’t really growing professionally. If you aren’t happy with your position or how quickly you’re advancing, you don’t have a lot of options beyond leaving the company. Moving up or even sideways may mean leaving the company for those opportunities. – Fewer Resources Even stable and long-lived small companies have fewer resources. They tend to generate less revenue, which means less cash to go around. That may mean that your technology is older or not the latest version—and that can include operating systems and software. And, fewer resources also means you’ll get less professional support. While there may be some internal training, there is likely very little outside training. There might be a small training budget, but it may not allow you to attend outside training very often. – Fewer Benefits Having fewer resources can also mean fewer benefits. For starters, not all small companies have to provide health insurance. That means the company may tell you to purchase health insurance through the government. And, while some companies may offer you a small stipend to help defray those costs, not all companies will. If your small company does offer insurance, the odds are pretty good that you’ll have to pay more out of pocket. Small companies aren’t able to bargain as much with insurance companies, so the “deals” typically aren’t the best. And, you may not have a choice of plans and instead have only one insurance plan option. Most small companies also don’t offer additional insurance options, like life or disability insurance. Some don’t offer retirement plans (with a salary match) or any of the other perks you can find at large companies (like tuition reimbursement). You’re also less likely to find small companies that offer remote work or flexible schedules. – Less Security

Most small companies also don’t offer additional insurance options, like life or disability insurance.

March 8, 2021

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February 12, 2022

Does Genpact offer a wellness program?

Pros

Pay and benefits wellness care about your health

Cons

Hours and training support is difficult

Advice to Management

Plan training with teachers

Pay and benefits wellness care about your health

February 12, 2022

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