Infosys have lot of cheap practices, like they ask for parking fee, that too 500 for car. They have the most deceptive salary breakup in offer letter. The general working methodology is to scare you out so that you start working like a donkey.
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Much has to do with how a particular person/worker is treated by his immediate manager/TL/supervisor. IT companies should consider this on priority and must keep a closer track to avoid hostile environment in office. Company policies are to be... read more
The real reason behind people quitting after 1 or 2 yrs is the incompetency of the people immediately above them. If a newbie is smart.. then he/she would never want to be under a foolish TL... or a not so smart manager. The boss should always be... read more
They need heads that they can use for counting and not smart people. They know smart people leave. Infosys have lot of cheap practices, like they ask for parking fee, that too 500 for car. They have the most deceptive salary breakup in offer letter... read more
Have been in Infosys for 2+ years, they just removed me for some swipe in and out issues. I dedicated my 2 years for infy, working day and night, and what I got in return is immediate termination..this has to stop...
There is a lot of reshuffling of technology from one project to another, but after gaining expertise or interest in one technology, you will be expected to start all over again with a new technology. That's a waste of knowledge. Very frustrating to... read more
I've been with Infosys since 2013, I am in SA and I like it here. I have a problem with attrition that we are seeing right now - a lot of people leave after a year or two. It feels that we only have junior people and all knowledgeable folks are quick... read more
Infosys leaders should seriously consider changing their approach, and start changing the company culture as well. It looks to me like they are seeing this company as a school playground, and not a giant corporation Infosys really is. As soon as they... read more
Senior System Hardware Engineer here, with 8 years of experience. Just wanted to share my opinion. To all newbies- this is a great place to start, you can learn a lot, just don't let your self to get dragged into this place. Get off the train before... read more
On January 25, India-based Infosys, a so-called body shop, or placement firm that sends talent to American companies, revealed that it and some of its employees are targets of a Texas criminal investigation into fraud and abuse of United States visa... read more
Are these lay offs in US based on appraisal or only on salary
Both are in millions, no value whatsoever.
Saw Narayana murthy's comments about layoffs. Any hints which areas are going to be hit