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lots of learning
Sr Associate (Technology) (Current Employee), Gurgaon, HRApril 2, 2014
aggressive work. tight schedule. people are nice. new ways of working.
creative people.
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Creative & fun
Senior Information Architect (Current Employee), GurgaonMarch 5, 2014
Its a good place to learn n grow.
I have learnt a lot about user experience field, while working on various projects, across multiple geographies.
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Use to be a good place to work
Project Manager (Former Employee), New YorkJanuary 3, 2014
Pros: good place to learn how to be a consultant
Cons: too many process and some of the process counter dictated each other
I haven't worked at Sapient for a year now so I'm not sure if the issues that I experienced have been worked out.
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Worst Place to work
UI Developer/ Interactive Developer (Current Employee), Bangalore, KAJuly 23, 2013
Cons: no worklife balance, work we do here is useless and unproductive.
Working as a UI Developer is equal to DataEntry Operator. As a UI Developer one will be responsible to fix the issues for the existing implementations.
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Great culture and core values; disorganized and compensation and work/life balance are less than par
Associate (Former Employee), Boston, MAJuly 8, 2013
Pros: great people, culture, core values
Cons: disorganized; no work/life balance, weak compensation and benefits package
SapientNitro only hires smart, talented, and solid individuals who fit in with the core values. At Sapient you have the chance to work with some of the best and brightest in the industry and because the environment is set up to be collaborative the chances for growth and learning are immeasurable.
With all the pluses Sapient has some definite shortcomings. – more... Sapient prides itself on adaptability and chance but many times there are changes made just for the sake of change. Processes change on a quarterly basis without solid communication from leadership. Many times once the change has finally been communicated there is a completely different process on it's way to be implemented which results in disorganization and chaos. – less
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Good place to learn, not place to grow
Visual Designer (Current Employee), New York, NYApril 23, 2013
- Good people, great culture
- Good place to learn, not place to grow
- Boring system
- Poor management
- Loads of work
- Lack of mentor ship
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Great Culture and Talent Colleagues
Senior Digital Producer - Team Lead Melbourne (Former Employee), MelbourneAugust 1, 2012
Pros: lifestyle/work balanace
Cons: micro management
SapientNitro is one the most innovative digital agencies in the world. Our Australian office is growing and trying to reach similar capabilities as London, New York and Singapore.

Career direction and personal choice has been a key factor to leaving such a great company.
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Too much fun, not enough work
Account Management (Current Employee), New York, NYJune 11, 2012
Pros: fun culture, higher than industry average pay, potentially interesting clients/projects
Cons: party culture, too many cooks in the kitchen without a head chef
SapientNitro is a great place to work. The people are fun, the office is buzzing (when people are actually there) and everyone is very intelligent. The problem is, the bar and partying take priority over everything. Over clients, over training, over pitch work, and the list goes on. Most of the people running the NY office can't go more than 24 hours – more... without having a "meeting" at a bar which inevitably ends up in no work getting done.

It used to be fun but now its starting to show. They're losing clients and not winning new ones. They're laying off incredibly talented people because they don't have enough projects to keep them busy. The shop is salvageable but it's going to take a lot of strong will and someone to say enough is enough and keep the partying outside the workday. – less
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You always get the run around from management. They need more training
Financial Analyst Associate- Clients (Former Employee), New York, NYMay 22, 2012
Pros: great office space
Cons: healthcare benefits is costly, your better off purchasing your own
This company brags about how much money they have but doesn't spread the wealth. Constantly laying off employee not a good sign.