Technical Support (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 22 March 2017
-Management consistently lies to the client and employees. -Didn't get paid for the first 2 months. Lump sum eventually came -Tried to get the team to work on-call for free -Local employees were good, team located in India is lazy and poorly trained and will pass their work off on you on a regular basis -Pay was decent, but the issues made it depressing and frustrating
Mostly busy with development as well as testing activities
Embedded Software Engineer (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 16 January 2017
Work life balance was met in Wipro. Its a good company with a lot of opportunities in different domains. The training that is provided is admirable. Learned and gathered a lot of skills from the peers.
A nice working environment with opportunities to learn and excel.
Software Engineer (Current Employee) – Greater Noida, India – 12 November 2016
Wipro Technologies is a decent IT service provider company. The working environment is quite healthy and on the other hand challenging too. You have plenty of opportunities to learn new technologies, enhance your skills and excel in them. The management is much supporting and caring about your career growth.
Fun place to work where I learned a lot about the job and was able to gain hands on experiences
CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee) – Brantford, ON – 5 October 2016
This job was a 7 week placement for my externship. I really enjoyed working with the public and assisting the doctor. I am a people person and with this job I was able to learn new things and also use my strong communication skills.
Team Lead/Supervisor (Former Employee) – Brantford, ON – 30 August 2016
I really enjoyed working for Wipro. The team leadership was encouraging and helped me start a career instead of just a job. The company had great benefits, genuinely competitive pay, and fun events. I wish I could have continued my employment with the company but the location was closed and there was no where to relocate. The only con was that management was a bit too lenient with employees who were unwilling to work.
Fun events, competitive pay good benefits, good work/life balance
Job not secure, no room for transfers, some employees were unwilling to work
Senior Communications Specialist (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 26 May 2016
Wipro is off shoring all available positions. Company will treat you like a number and does not care about its employees. Everything is very impersonal and you are very disconnected from corporate head office.
You can transfer to a lot of major citys if you would like to relocate
Large company with very poor company resources for its size
When you do a service to others, there is some amount of nobility attached to it, even if it is a customer service that has a business motive. Working
Customer Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Hyderabad, AP – 14 October 2015
Wipro is my 1st company and it gave me lot of opportunity to learn new technology. Work culture is very good and people are treated well within organization. Company will push and support you for achieving the goal.
free lunch coupons, free entry in fest organized in campus
Technical Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Brantford, ON – 6 August 2015
Technical Support involves long hours of helping people with problems they should be able to figure out themselves with ease. Less than ten percent of these people will say thank you, and over twenty percent are going to scream at you or be verbally abusive. This is just the job, the company has good benefits, training and management strategy, but Tech Support is a rough role to fill at the best of times.
Technical Support Agent (Former Employee) – Brantford, ON – 1 June 2015
This was a difficult job and most of the training staff tried to make it easier. Unfortunately, they could not pay their employees on time because the company is run from India. And then they would underpay what was already late. The people are generally in a horrible mood due to the stress of working at a call center and no one is willing to make a difference in anything. If you take this job, do it because nothing else has worked out.