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September 10, 2022

Pros

Onsite opportunity Free food R&D focused Well known brand.

Cons

India has lesser opportunities to work on core technologies.

R&D focused Read More

September 10, 2022

Reviewed by: Senior Software Engineer in Bangalore (Former Employee)

January 3, 2022

Pros

- good supportive leadership - great brand value

Cons

- tedious long processes - HQ driven -

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January 3, 2022

Reviewed by: Junior Human Resources Manager (Former Employee)

March 22, 2022

Pros

Good and talented pool people

Cons

There are many.... Bad HR policies Bad Management skills Always Dependent on the HQ counterparts No Quality work - execution centric work only. Very less learnings Sometimes Unfair for new joinee

Advice to Management

Should be adaptable to the change/suggestions and should try to incorporate and reflect on the same. Planning , estimation and tracking should be done systematic equal opportunities should be given to all the team members as per their experience. Should not target an individual for any failure or bug escape. Should not create such hostile environment. Should appreciate efforts of the individual and should work on boosting the confidence. Should conduct 1:1 meeting bi- weekly or tri- weekly to know what is the progress of the individual and how it can be improved if needed and set goals can be achieved. Inter-Team interactions can be increased by conducting team meetings or informal meetings.

execution centric work only. Read More

March 22, 2022

Reviewed by: Associate Staff Engineer in Bangalore (Current Employee)

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