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Sogeti Senior Manager Jobs in Chicago, IL

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30+ days ago

Test Lead

Sogeti Chicago, IL

Initial Assignment: Will perform role of Test Lead for one of our insurance domain clients. Will play key Testing role for the implementation of the… Sogeti

30+ days ago

Big Data Project Lead

Sogeti Chicago, IL

• Provide technical architecture and guidance for HortonWorks Hadoop projects as well perform daily tasks as necessary • Work alongside product… Sogeti

30+ days ago

Program Manager- BI, Data Warehousing, Data Integration & Management

Sogeti Chicago, IL

Experienced professional with a career that includes STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP of business process/performance and technical solutions. Years of… Sogeti

30+ days ago

Lead/Architect Salesforce Developer

Sogeti Chicago, IL

and Accountabilities: • Perform Salesforce.com configuration and Force.com custom development using Salesforce objects and entities including… Sogeti

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    Former Employee - Software Developer in Chicago, IL
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    I worked at Sogeti full-time (More than 3 years)


    1. 401K: Best I've heard of in the industry. 2. Learning resources: Capgemini has a huge library and system of books, tools, and documents for expanding skills.


    1. Low base salary: Compared to rest of the industry, Sogeti tends to under pay consultants. 2. Ineffective C-level management: Dayton management seems largely out-of-touch with consultants. Frequently communicates policies poorly or provides no communication at all. Frequently makes policy changes that seems arbitrary and beneficial to the company (ties back to poor communication). 3. Bonus program: Changes every year and often seems to be more of a "who-you-know" and not "what-you-do" system. 4. Staff Augmentation: The Sogeti sales model claims everything is delivered in projects and teams, yet, I've seen many people end up in staff augmentation situations.

    Advice to Management

    The C-level people need to get their act together and properly communicate with the consultant based. They need to understand there is a retention problem, address it, and produce actual solutions for the issue. Follow your sales model and stop allowing staff augmentation to happen.

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