I have been working at Renee Systems (Less than a year)
A transparent and very well organized company. Pays prompt salaries. As a worst case scenario I saw someone get a job in three and a half months. On an average, people get jobs in two and a half months. They have good client and vendor relationships. Can attain a lot of knowledge that supports at work place. Over all the pros I mentioned, a lot of dedication and hard work will support the employee in cracking a job sooner. It's a hard environment and makes you job ready both in skill and will.
As I mentioned above, it is a restricted environment. You can expect basic facilities and neatness, but not comfort. There is a strict schedule that is in place and everyone has to adhere to the schedule, no skipping preparatory sessions. I have heard few people complaining about food that does not have adequate salt and other such silly reasons/problems. I said silly because the purpose one is there for is totally different and they are focusing on something besides it.
Advice to Management
Keep up the good work. I've been there for quite some time, I have no complaints but it would certainly help if you can figure out a way to provide a little bit more comfort from the accommodation stand-point.
I applied through other source. I interviewed at Renee Systems (New York, NY) in February 2017.
The process was stupid. It was a normal talk. He asked me many questions just to check my communications skills and what knowledge I have and don't. I won't recommend anyone. People have been sitting there w/o job for 1 year also and few for 6 months. My friend was told to go home and they would support him remotely to get the job and it's been more than 4 months and they haven't got him a job yet.
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