I worked at White Oak Technologies full-time (Less than a year)
I had joined this company for .net profile and left within 15 days.And, it was big mistake of my life.
Konjoin technolgy(White Oak Technologies) in Mumbai (Godbander Road), Only 2 or 3 employee are working.
Only 1 project was there.
No senior person will be there.
No Salary , No weekend off , Only they will give high burden.
They will focre to employee for taking the responsibity for late module delivey and will show to client only employee will be resposible. No management, Infact no sitting arrangement, no system as well . Only one meeting room for work.
any time they can fire you without any reason.
They will make fool to client to deliverd project at the time they would encourage to employee for late shifting< for more work load.
they wants only one person will do whole project like Designing, coding, Testing, maintance.
Advice to Management
Please dont join this company. If you make your carrer safe than don't go with thi company.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at White Oak Technologies (Silver Spring, MD) in August 2010.
My third party recruiter was very high on this company as a good place to work with a bunch of smart people and an ideal fit for what I was looking for, I then talked to the internal company recruiter and we had a long chat of almost 30 minutes and I felt totally in tune with what they were up to. Then I had a puzzle to submit by e-mail and on on-line computer science skills test on which I did well enough to get an interview a week later. It was one these mass candidate musical chair type interviews with three technical guys who were not introduced by title. Clearly smart guys but the guy that turned out to be the lead asked me two more puzzle questions to see what my thought process was -- and downhill we went. Literally the question was -- how do you find a needle in a haystack? The guy admitted that there is no correct answer, but the thought process was the key. Needless to say these guys weren't especially philosophy majors. Also, I kind of got the bums rush out the door.
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