TCS is good but garbage and dirty politics on Client site!!!
IT Consultant (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – February 20, 2014
Pros: free overtime
Cons: long hours, treat like slave by indian lead onsite with cheap and dirty politics.
The Company is good now after new HR Management. But still there are some cheap mentality people working ONSITE... Dirty politics playing for prove themselves a best...Indian people especially South Indian never helps other in project...They don't have team skills.... If you are Canadian PR or Citizen I recommended don't work for any Indian consulting – more... company... – less
Analyst (Former Employee), Montevideo – February 3, 2014
Pros: vendro machine
Cons: leaders not prepared to handle staff
team leaders are often unaware of the processes which can not contribute to the daily work. Good place for learning but not to make a career of professional growth opportunities are few Excellent team work with brilliant professionals
Assistant Consultant (Current Employee), London, UK – February 1, 2014
Pros: work from home
Cons: long hours is the major cons
Providing Service to the client Handling issues Management looks forward to satisfy client Coworkers are always supportive and friendly Hardest part of the job would be often asked to work long hours and during weekends, without break. Learning opportunities is the most enjoyable part of the job.
Started career as a beginner in Payroll and learned quality,implementation and management. Good part of the job is friendly environment towards co-workers and management. Working in night shifts is the hardest thing in the job.
Assistant System Engineer (Former Employee), Siruseri, Chennai,Tamil Nadu, INDIA – December 12, 2013
Worked on reverse engineering of a business tools based on client requirement, worked on case studies on requirements prepare design documents. Learnt a lot from my team leader and project manager about time management and leadership skills. Hardest part of the job was when i was assigned a team of 3 members and was asked to manage them when they were – more... grooming us for the higher post Most enjoyable part was working as a team and developing our own tool from scratch and having fun with co - workers. – less
IT Analyst (Former Employee), Chennai,India – December 6, 2013
had been a part of TCS made me feel happy .The management is so flexible enough to maintain my work life balance.The most enjoyable part is that getting appreciation for the work done made us to forget all the difficulties we faced during the phases of work.
HR Generalist (Former Employee), Hyderabad, India – November 16, 2013
Pros: growth opportunities
Cons: heavy work load
My typical day was very busy dealing with hundreds of people. The management was very transparent and ethical and all the employees were encouraged to explore different opportunities. The hardest part of the job was when I had to work for 16 hour long days.
Canadain Director GCP ITAC (Former Employee), Mississauga, Ontario – October 20, 2013
Pros: new canadian hr
Cons: us hr, india management, former canadian hr
Overall rating: 1 stars out of 5. Would be zero, but new Canadian HR management is improving situation.
Salary/benefits: 1 star out of 5. Reclaimed all employees two week salary, which they didn't repay. Salary range was okay but not great.
Management: 0 stars out of 5. India management very bad, treat employees like slaves. Former manager died of – more... heart attack because of over work. Never met manager face to face, in my 2 year tenure. As he was always in an airport.
Culture/Values: 4 stars out of 5.
Job Security/Advancement: 2 stars out of 5. Former HR Canadian training consisted of three new employees standing around an HR rep, answering questions for 15 minutes. US training was more extensive. New HR is improving situation. Poor rating is based on US HR and old Canadian HR.
Work/Life Balance: Poor (0 star out of 5). Engagement expectation was that you lived on the job. All your time was their time.
Canadian co-workers were friendly. Newer Canadian HR was helpful. US HR was a disaster. – less