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"nice company to work with"

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Current Employee - Module Lead
Current Employee - Module Lead
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Pros

a lot of scope to improve yourself technically
employee oriented company

Cons

have to stay in office for 9hrs
they have offices only in pune, hyderabad, goa and nagpur. (should setup offices in metro cities)

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  1. "Persistent Systems a good place to work"

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    Current Employee - Team Lead in Pune (India)
    Current Employee - Team Lead in Pune (India)
    Recommends

    Pros

    1. Technology wise you get a complete pack of good things.
    2. People here are really helpful.
    3. Work time flexibility is an advantage.
    4. You won't be asked to relocate if doing good in current project.

    Cons

    1. Appraisal here is a mess.
    2. People are not rated on their performance but face.
    3. Administration and company level decisions are always shocking.
    4. Few employees are completely loaded and many are free for most of the times.

    Advice to Management

    1. Please treat employee as per their capability.
    2. Should consider a work/life balance.
    3. Have a balanced team of seniors and juniors.


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    "Not good for .Net track"

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    Former Employee - Module Lead in Pune (India)
    Former Employee - Module Lead in Pune (India)

    Pros

    - provides work life balance
    - cafeteria - lunch & snacks facility is good
    - real estate and infrastructure is good

    Cons

    - not many .net projects ( I stayed for 4 years, and was asked 3 times to change track)
    - RM and HR department dont do their basic job i.e. addressing employee grievance
    - communication gap between RM, HR, project management
    - very low onsite opportunities (for .net - negligible). Getting a .net project itself is a challenge. forget onsite.
    - post IPO, they are addressing issues of only shareholders and neglecting employees
    - slow progress of the company itself. It is total strength of 6000 employees (2011) even after 20 years of their establishment. compare it with companies like cognizant.
    - If you are on .net track, I strongly suggest to resist persistent systems. However, there are number of java projects. You can go for java track.

    Advice to Management

    Improve RM and HR department. They took some very adhoc decisions like increment in Jan and blocking the annual appraisal cycle for 3 months. Also, there is lot of communication gap amongst themselves and they do not track employee needs. Attrition for them is taken for granted.

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