Area Manager (Former Employee), India – October 15, 2012
Pros: friendly atmosphere
Cons: long hrs working
Typical day - I Suggested a customer our one product for investment and that customer came to my office with his financial Planner and CA so that I can explain them. I am not expecting this and not even prepared for that but I explain everything and end of the day I got the business.
In this incident I learned that product knowledge and knowledge of – more... competitive products are must.
Teamwork is must in every job
Hardest part of job is Target/Goal sheet but once you achieved, that is the most enjoyable part of job.
In ICICI Prudential we get our goal sheet on the first day of job so that person can move accordingly to achieve that. Pre determined goal sheet and all the parameters. One goal sheet achieved immediate promotion and if achieved before given time, incentives according to the balance time left. Self driven system, once a week review, incase facing problem the training to improve that etc...... – less
Software Engineer (Current Employee), Rochester, NY – January 30, 2014
It's a nice place with lots of opportunities to growth. A typical work day can be fun ride you might be developing and later in the day might be giving support to another team. People here are really smart and willing to work with you. Ask questions when you don't know and they will be willing to answer.
Senior Manager Pre-Sales Systems Engineering (Former Employee), San Francisco, Ca. – January 16, 2014
I have spent 13.5 years and started as a presales engineer and received promotions which provided me with a solid background in management and sales along with increasing my overall broadcast engineering knowledge.
Deputy Program Manager (Current Employee), Montgomery, AL – December 9, 2013
Pros: job promotions based on performance
Cons: contract requirements can be challenging at times.
Harris IT Services is an excellent opportunity for employee growth. I was initially hired as a Systems Engineer, and moved to Project Management then Deputy Program Manager. The most enjoyable part of the job is the interaction with the various field users and traveling to meet the customers onsite.
Material Handler (Former Employee), Malabar, FL – November 18, 2013
The job itself was good but some of the people around me was trying to stab each other in the back so that they can look good for management. I did learn new ways to use the computer. Some of my co-workers were great but some of them did not want to communicate with others. The hardest part was trying to impress management.
Opportunity to work in different domains and new technologies
Software Engineer / .Net Web Application Developer (Former Employee), Tehran - Iran – September 9, 2013
I was a .Net developer in my past job. I was responsible for all phases of SDLC in my projects. I did 2 business web applications there; first, time-sharing, reservation and sales management system for Narenjestan hotel and second Preventive maintenance system for tourist complex of petroleum ministry. This projects were difficult ones because they – more... were unique and I gained valuable experience by designing and developing them. – less
Change Manager (Current Employee), Melbourne, FL – July 19, 2013
Pros: work life balance, 9/80 schedule
Cons: career advancement
I feel I'm being treated fairly. The 9/80 schedule is great for work-life balance. I've learned a lot since I've started working there. I worry about the opportunities for moving up and the impact of sequestration.