Senior Project/Program Manager (Former Employee) – New Jersey, NJ – 14 May 2018
Management is not at all good and they are busy in making more money for themselves. Pretty bad in violating US visa norms. The company brings Indian resources on Visitor visa and let them work for less than 6 months; Promotions do not come on normal routes; salary never increases; long number of works and the Management takes on falsehood on their commitment. Probably the worst IT company.
Infrastructure Project Manager (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 8 May 2018
Wipro in Canada was an acquisition by Wipro, from ATCO. Wipro may have expected that they could transplant Indian culture into Alberta, but they were sadly mistaken. Edmonton is not Bangalore. Few Albertans are prepared to sell their souls to the company.
Architect (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 20 February 2018
Good company to work for, great work culture, good brand value in general. However work environment may vary from project to project. Provides regular opportunity to learn new technologies through training, session etc.
Technical Lead (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 3 February 2018
1. HR processes are powerful and stringent. 2. Work-Life balance is great. 3. Industry standard salary. 4. Good place to learn new technologies. 5. The flexibility to switch roles and explore newer areas of interest is tremendous and a great benefit of being here. 6. Onsite opportunities are plenty.
Team Leader/Supervisor (Former Employee) – Brantford, ON – 18 January 2018
This was on of the best jobs I worked for. Wipro was a 3rd party call center. But they treated everyone they best they could. The wages were competitive. They only downside was that we had Bell as clients and they the worst company to be 3rd party to..Wipro great company. Bell horrible company.
Cell phone Technical support (Former Employee) – Brantford, ON – 9 January 2018
One of the best jobs I have ever had with a very relaxed atmosphere. The management was fantastic and always helpful in trying to improve the workplace as well as the employees. The only downfall to this job came when the client that i was hired to work for dropped there contract and me as well as 500 other employees lost our jobs. would highly recommend as a short term job.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Philippines – 3 November 2017
Assisting customers outside my country is a challenge for me to be flexible in their time and adjust in their culture. Hence, I can definitely say that I have used my skills in dealing with customers with utmost convenient and satisfaction on their concern.