Mission: Global Operating centers in US (California & New Jersey), Canada (Ontario), Mexico, Dubai, UAE, India (Noida, Lucknow, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore, Patna, and Pune)
Over 100+ Fortune 500 clients served.
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I have been working at IDC Technologies full-time
Hands on experience in the financial transactions sector.
At present, the place where I am residing is not near to my office. Also, there can be a canteen for the staff to enable them to relish on some nice recipes along with a hot beverage. However, this is not something which is of utmost importance as of now.
Advice to Management
The management should continue their good efforts for the better advancement of the company.
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at IDC Technologies (Denver, CO) in July 2016.
I received a cold call from Abhineet Singh who said I might be appropriate for a position he was working to fill. He immediately jumped to asking me what rate I was asking. He provided no information about the client or the position until I pressed him on those subjects. I told him my asking rate and he immediately tried to talk me down to something 30% lower than what I was asking. I'm relatively new, but I know what the standard starting rates are from talking with people in my field. I could tell he hadn't read my resume as he asked me questions that were clearly stated on it.
I felt that IDC Technologies was not looking out for my interests whatsoever and was only trying to find the cheapest labor possible. I will never do business with this company.
I have spent a good deal of money for training in the software testing field and feel I am quite capable of doing anything asked of me. A "Jr. Tester" in my opinion, should not accept pay lower than the standard starting rate. $21/hr on a W2 without benefits is not acceptable in this field.