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  • "I am able to work remotely when needed and there if a good work/life balance.(in 431 reviews)
  • "some good people and friends.(in 337 reviews)
  • "Benefits were good at the time (around 2003) and # of sick days were generous.(in 238 reviews)
  • "Work life balance is good because you can work from home if you need to.(in 169 reviews)
  • "work culture is good and satisfactory(in 162 reviews)
  • "Poor management who were continually obsessed with the 'bottom line' rather than what was needed.(in 413 reviews)
  • "2. Low salary and Hike.(in 213 reviews)
  • "Managers have nil technical skills.(in 156 reviews)
  • "screw the employees; no training; aloof/unfriendly management; very much a daily grind; implementation of policy subject to manager whim; non(in 138 reviews)
  • "Constant layoffs in order to meet Wall Street numbers and offset lack of revenue.(in 108 reviews)

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    1. 3.0
      Jul 3, 2013
      Anonymous Employee
      Former Employee
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      Pay is above average. Work culture is good


      Career growth is not so good

      1. 3.0
        Nov 14, 2015
        Project Lead
        Former Employee, more than 5 years
        CEO Approval
        Business Outlook


        timing flexibility, option to move across verticals of your liking, CSC learning portal- CSC University


        Company is not foreseeing growth in number of employees and hence stagnation in career progression

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