Infosys is secure from job perspective , good for freshers to start their career with but once entered it is the worst management company in terms of employees career growth as well as no increase in salary as per the role and responsibilities
Information Security Engineer (Former Employee) – Hyderabad, AP – 17 July 2015
oh this place is amazing ! Loved the environment and the policies and the standards they follow.The Most enjoyable part was the time spent in the training in Mysore. The Work Culture is really good and a very good start for the freshers.
Business Process Analyst (Current Employee) – Hyderabad, AP – 23 March 2015
One of the top IT company in India. It had projects from Fortune 500 companies. Management could have been better. Sometimes we had to stay for long hours to manage deliveries. I would like to work more on Implementation project.
Senior Associate Consultant (Former Employee) – Hyderabad, AP – 17 March 2015
Infosys provided a good learning environment and encouraged in working on different applications. The management too has been very supportive and regular reviews & rewards of performance keep the individual motivated in the workplace.
ETL QA Test Enginner (Current Employee) – Toronto On – 1 March 2015
Hardest and most enjoyable part of the job is the challenges faced in project, Like for an instance Automation of Data warehousing testing was challenging and lot many thinks with scripting and designing of the overall framework was learnt apart from the daily ETL testing.
sr,systems engineer (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 28 July 2014
The company has high attrition rate due to their negligence towards employees JL4 and below. No work culture, no salary hikes, no career progression. You are the mercy of your manager. The only better part is when you get to onsite.
Technology Analyst (Former Employee) – Regina Sask & Bangalore India – 10 June 2014
The talent among our project members was amazing and it was fun to work with such talented people. Every day was challenging to solve customer issues and a lot of barnstorming sessions where we share ideas to solve a problem. Cross functional training was an added advantage while working with Infosys. We get to learn different technologies and how they work together in a real environment. The hardest thing was to work in shifts. End of the day it all boils down to customer satisfaction and the pain of working in shifts goes away when you see a happy customer sending a good feedback for the work that you did.