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www.qthink.com
San Jose, CA
51 to 200 employees
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Company - Private
Manufacturing
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Qthink Founder, President & CEO Akbar Shokouhi
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  • "People centric organization providing work life balance"

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    Current Employee - Accounting / Finance in San Diego, CA
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    Pros

    A company with a good reputation in their industry, a management team that is concerned to do the right things and things right, people centric organization providing good work life balance

    Cons

    Services businesses are hard to grow and suseptible to economic changes. Working on projects at client site my turn into long term engagements as long as 1 to 2 years. Good for the company but can create a disconnect in sense of belonging between employee and company

    Advice to Management

    more frequent communications with employees. Also more meetings and activities that bring the group together. Since there are many employees that work off site in a consulting capacity, efforts need to be made to reduce the alienation effect that may exist from time to time.

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    Senior Physical Design Engineer I Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Bengaluru (India)
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Qthink (Bengaluru (India)) in January 2011.

    Interview

    First round technical interview followed by manager then client interview
    That’s why I almost cheered out loud when I read an Inc. article by Les McKeown, “How to Hire Great People – Every Time”. In the article, McKeown emphasizes that managers should treat the hiring process “as the most important strategic planning your company needs.” Why? Because every new employee will either improve the organization or lower it – and managers should be seeking and hiring employees who will enable the company to grow and to become more profitable.

    Interview Questions

    • how to implement power route in flip chip design   1 Answer
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