- Équilibre travail/vie privée
- Culture et valeurs
- Opportunités de carrière
- Rémunération et avantages
Je travaille chez Infosys à plein temps (Moins d'un an)
You get a paycheck and they offer WFH in USA
They staff projects at the last possible moment with green developers who are way under-qualified with no sense of ownership to their work with what the MSA outlines with the client. The vast majority are off-shore (India). In their latest quarterly results INFY reported good earning however 20% staffing turnover - this should send a clear message something is seriously wrong, It takes time to learn a developer's role and they code they need to develop or fix.
There are so many layers of management that it rivals anything Washington, DC could possible create - incredible.
Try and figure out who you report to - it is a mess.
In my role, I have multiple people demanding status reports and I have no idea who they are at INFY. There are no standardized procedures for tracking progress, it's all by the seat of their pants. AND, reports presented to my client are way off from what I report, and when I report discrepancies they are ignored.
Conseils à la direction
Stop acting like a hammer where everything thing is a nail.
Re-do your internal website (Sparsh and Harmony). The GUI is so convoluted and disjointed, SSO is not used - to login to an app on Harmony or Sparsh it takes 8+ "Username/password" requests and you have to use MS Edge and Chrome depending what what you are accessing - think about using software from Okta will you to at least manage SSO Profiles and creds? And, make your website consistent from app to app - you have created a crazy quilt.
When I interviewed, the work I was applying for is 180 degrees different from what you have me doing - call it bait and switch. I'm a heavily seasoned carrier architect. On a scale of 1-10 you are utilizing my abilities at a 1 - an Associated with 1 year or less of experience could do what I do. I have way better understanding than the layers of bureaucracy at INFY with our client's expectations than you do. I work in reality, I have no idea where you get your reality. At times it's like a Monty Python "Ministry of Silly Walks" sketch.
Sure, I'm paid well and WFH - I'm just treated like a nail to your hammer. I'll be out of here before the end of the year.
Management is a reflection of who they hire.
J'ai postulé via un recruteur. J'ai passé un entretien à Infosys (Basking Ridge, NJ (États-Unis)).
It was a drive at Basking Ridge, NJ and many students came there for different positions. It was a waste of time. There was no proper interview process. There were not enough people to take the interview. They didn't know what they were hiring for and what they required. There was one random lady who interviewed me and I gave all the answers and she was impressed. She went outside for 15 minutes and I could hear her talking to someone on the phone. I don't know what that person told her. She told me to leave and said you will receive an E-mail. I got a reject after 2 days. I really didn't understand what happened. It was a complete waste of time and money. Also, maximum people they were hiring were south Indians.
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