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Sogeti Dallas, TX Reviews

  • "The Freedom to Craft Your Own Career"

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    Current Employee - Director in Dallas, TX
    Current Employee - Director in Dallas, TX
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    Positive Outlook

    I have been working at Sogeti full-time (More than 5 years)

    Pros

    Friendly culture; endless possibilities; access to training; mentoring valued; fun; some of the best people I've ever worked with/met. Longevity is possible as long as you're willing to invest in them.

    Cons

    Recognition and feedback is not as institutionalized as I'd like, but I've created my own sub-culture.

    Advice to Management

    When the market is hot, retention is a struggle. You're simply going to have to get creative!

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Sogeti Dallas, TX Salaries

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$81,058 per year
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$110,538 per year
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$110,538 per year
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Sogeti Dallas, TX Interviews

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    Associate Consultant Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Dallas, TX
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Difficult Interview

    Application

    I applied through college or university. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Sogeti (Dallas, TX) in October 2016.

    Interview

    Met them at a college career fair. Given a phone interview then invited for an in-person interview from 9am to 2pm. There were 4 interviews. First one was with HR. They are all behavioral questions. Simple and typical questions. Next interview was with a vice president or someone high up. It was also behavioral and conversational. Next interview was technical. This is were I did bad. They expect you to know way too much coming out of college. For example, on my resume I have a few months experience with an ETL tool. The interviewer asked me very advanced questions which a beginner should not know. She was asking about cache and performance improvement. She also asked about a joiner transformation. I told her I only had experience with about 5 out of 30 transformations because again, I'm a beginner with only a few months experience. You will not see any college students with experience in this tool by the way. So even though I knew a little, I knew much more than a typical college grad. The other interviewer asked me SQL and database questions, which were pretty tough. Again, they don't have good expectations for entry level people. I guess they forgot what it feels like to be a college student. The last interview was behavioral and conversational. Overall, I had a bad feeling about the place. I think it started when they told me you only get 2 weeks training coming out of college and are then expected to have a client. This is way too fast. 2 weeks later I get a phone call from HR. Usually a phone call is a good thing so I was excited. On the phone they said "we are hiring about 4 people and we loved our interviews with you. But we aren't hiring you. You don't have enough technical experience." This is such a shock. A company should send you an email for news like this, not a phone call. It is common knowledge that a phone call is good news. I will not recommend this company to anyone.

    Interview Questions

    • How do you improve the performance of an Informatica workflow if you use an aggregation transformation?

      Some question about a joiner transformation and how to use it or how it differs from another transformation.   Answer Question
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