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Go to thread Anonymous4952, Saturday 02/22/14 06:55:44 UTC

Amdocs Salaries Information

Is there a good source of Salary data for Amdocs somewhere? I've seen posts on Glass Door but I am not sure that I can believe such inflated numbers.
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Go to thread another victim, Monday 02/10/14 08:39:51 UTC

Will the last one out of APAC please turn off the lights.

ANZ has all but shut its doors. The rest of APAC is withering and dying. The short sighted hire and fire attitude loses all the experience and skills without any care again. Sales and future strategy are non-existent. Find someone else to work for.
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Go to thread Anonymous3692, Monday 01/27/14 05:37:37 UTC

amdocs hire and fire

it's such a common practice here at amdocs, think twice before joining
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Go to thread Anonymous2467, Thursday 01/09/14 23:58:12 UTC

Amdocs salaries - internal info

do you maybe have info on US based salaries for Amdocs, east coast? Anyone?
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Go to thread Anonymous2289, Wednesday 01/08/14 07:22:16 UTC

amdocs ottawa job layoff

Any news about layoffs in Ottawa?
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Go to thread Anonymous2202, Monday 01/06/14 23:36:41 UTC

amdocs openmarket layoffs news

i'd appreciate any input you might have here - i am very surprised that we do not have more messages as we all know that amdocs fires and hires like crazy
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Go to thread 2014, Wednesday 10/23/13 00:05:46 UTC
i heard few hundred will be let go in 2014 - india to be affected the most? any confirmation?
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Go to thread Yah_Right, Wednesday 07/10/13 21:02:42 UTC
Hearing rumors about another round in the imminent future (in the US).
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Go to thread Pune Layoffs, Monday 01/21/13 19:37:42 UTC
Many folks let go in Pune, India
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Go to thread Anonymous, Sunday 01/20/13 06:16:20 UTC
Amdocs execs do not care about you - you are just a number, they will work you like there is no tomorrow and one day you will be disposed - sad, sad, sad.
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Go to thread Anonymous, Monday 01/07/13 18:22:48 UTC
http://www.globes.co.il/serveen/globes/docview.asp?did=1000811141&fid=1725 Amdocs axes scores of Israeli employees Amdocs: In a global company with 20,000 employees - changes in the workforce are a routine matter.
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Go to thread 2013 Layoffs, Wednesday 12/05/12 06:54:19 UTC
I heard that there the execs are planning a large round of layoffs for early 2013. I know we had to endure some pain in 2012 but what I am hearing is that 2013 will be even worse.
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Go to thread Anonymous, Wednesday 07/18/12 08:24:35 UTC
it's been quiet here for a while. i am reporting us based layoffs that took place in june 2012
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Go to thread Alan (DEV Projects), Friday 08/13/10 21:04:06 UTC
I am hearing that AMDOCS is planning on a big lay off off app developers in the US within the next 6 moths and off-shoring much of that work to India. In fact some of this has maybe begun as early as last week but will really hit in the fall. Curious about thoughts and other reports. It's not easy to find dev jobs out there right now or at least on the east coast/mid-west.
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Go to thread LLcJ, Sunday 11/15/09 00:00:00 UTC
Yes, there is a lot of hiring at Amdocs, but rest assured, there is a ton of firing here as well. It\'s a simple tactics, hire folks and pay low, as their wages rise, you fire them, so hiring and firing in Amdocs is a normal routine. We need a resource, we employ, we dont need a resource we immediately lay off. Dont say you havent been warned... Cheer up, it\'s wonderful world of free capitalism.
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Go to thread steve w., Thursday 10/29/09 00:00:00 UTC
I dont work for amdocs but I am aware of the FIRE/HIRE strategy - as a matter of fact a lot of companies are doing it even though it seems that AMDOCS is leveraging the strategy longer and maybe more diligently. On my recent project I was a consultant in an IT shop that took good care of their folks and they would get regular pay increases, nice and fat vacations, low stress level etc. Having such an environment resulted in the fact that nobody wanted to leave, so most folks in the dpt were averaging 10+ year tenures (with all the perks that go with that). Anyhow, they got so good that the system were so stable, a lot of in house knowledge so basically all of them were cruising putting in maybe 50% of effort but still running a tight ship. Needles to say, with good pay increases over time they became very expensive, benfts and perks weighted on the dpt budget. To make a long story short, within 10 months they were decimated by the mgmt, i'd say at least 60% were gone (it's almost like the mgmt used this crisis as an excuse) - all replaced with folks who accepted significantly lower renumeration packages (they do struggle as they are adopting) - So to sum it up, AMDOCS is no different with this respect, always on a lookout for a better deal. I am not trying to defend AMDOCS, i am sure they are careless bastards with their personal interest in mind (just like the entire corporate America) - just wanted to share my experience... It' shameful what we as a nation became to be - there is no social values and with profit being the only thing on everyone's mind that's what we get...
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Go to thread Lifeafteramdocs, Thursday 10/01/09 00:00:00 UTC
Amdocs continues to drip feed the staff cuts. They seem oblivious to the impact when they let the subject matter experts go and then try and cover in Israel or India. Revenue slips and then they cut more. Management is conflict style. Probably the most disorganised company in this market that anyone could possibly imagine. A most difficult of companies from a customer perspective to deal with. Agree entirely with rambo - beware!!
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Go to thread Rambo, Thursday 09/03/09 00:00:00 UTC
Amdocs had massive layoff in Jan-Feb 09. They fired around 500 people in Pune(India) and wierd thing is that on one side this company is still firing people and on the other hane its still hiring. This company has always had Hire and Fire policy. People should be beware of joining companies like this.
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Go to thread Ramesh, Friday 08/07/09 00:00:00 UTC
additional 25 folks will be let go in pune, india by end of august. the number may be bigger, this is what i heard from my manager and i work in that office. anyone has any additional info?
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Go to thread Roger Doger, Monday 06/15/09 00:00:00 UTC
Amdocs is emptying its Charlotte Office of the IT staff that supports DIRECTV's information systems and its Billing systems. This is NOT an impact of an economic slow down as the IT staff all have plenty of work and work is scheduled for software releases over the next coming 6 to 10 months, with more from DIRECTV in the pipe-line. The work is being moved to Pune (Puna) in INDIA for the sole reason that the worker's salaries are really low (60% less at least) and there are no health care costs. However, DIRECTV does not benefit from the lowered costs as it will lose business knowledge and quality assurance from a long time vendor (15 years). American workers are being punished for simply being successful. Another greedy 'American' company destroys the USA's tax base and creates a bigger burden on welfare, all for the sake of saving $500,000 and ripping off a 'valued' customer. The awful severance pay is a lousy one week per year, maximum of 10 weeks.
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Go to thread Sid, Thursday 06/04/09 00:00:00 UTC
Amdocs INC recently did major lay offs in his support office in Champaign (CMI), IL, this cut off was not due to recent economic slow down, but it was pre planned. Most of the work is being shifted to the office in INDIA.
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Go to thread Christine Reynolds, Tuesday 03/17/09 00:00:00 UTC
My former husband, Phillip Reynolds was just let go by Amdocs. His last day was Feb. 26, 2009. He received a three month severence package. Please tell me if you hold out three months of court ordered child support from this lump sum severence check. I'm trying to plan for what will/will not be coming in regards to child support.
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Go to thread Ari, Thursday 03/12/09 00:00:00 UTC
Israel's high tech industry had a hard last week, as three of the nation's biggest technology companies - semiconductors company Saifun, software house Amdocs and Intel Israel, announced budget cuts and layoffs. In another sign of the economic crisis bearing down, Intel Israel, which has the biggest workforce in the local technology sector at 6,470 employees, is reducing the bonuses it plans to pay for 2008. It is also laying off maintenance and construction personnel. Intel Israel is also considering more extreme measures, such as a move to a four-day work week, if the crisis continues. Advertisement Meanwhile, Amdocs, which makes billing and customer service software for telecom companies, announced yesterday that its workers will work a four-day week in March. Its Israeli employees will take Sundays off in the pilot program, which may get extended. Three months ago, the company announced the closure of its development center in Jerusalem and firing of 200 employees in Israel and 500 workers worldwide. Amdocs workers said that dozens have been laid off from all of the firm's departments, in addition to the Jerusalem center.
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Go to thread vishal, Saturday 02/28/09 00:00:00 UTC
is amdocs planning for ny mass layoff............if yes then will amdocs india ll also fire employees
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