Hi Friends, One of my close friends has an offer from L & T Infotech Pune. And he wnats to know more details about the company. Could you please give any feedback regarding it (projects, work nature, work environment, onsite opportunities etc.)?
What I've seen that L&T group has one of the worst working culture not only in the IT sector but their construction and other companies have also a very poor working environment.
posted 14 years ago
Hi, Thanks toall for the valuable inputs. So I feel, the work culture is a major drawback there. But apart from that, it seems to be goos - with onsite opportunities as well, and work also seem to be ok, right? Any comments?
posted 14 years ago
Guys, An update here - he has got an offer from Infy Pune as well.. Package wise - L&T infotech is offering more(10-15% more), whereas Infy's CTC is less.. The positions offered are almost same.. Now he is in a dilemma as to what to do... He really wants a long-term onsite opportunity; plus is looking for this switch in a long-term perspective (want to stick to whatever company he chooses, for long). Could you please advise here? KJ, Manish - your opinions will be highly appreciated..
Infy -- don't think twice if it is about long term. It is definitely far more ethics based company. The salary can be negotiated with Infy HR if you tell them that you're being ofered higher salary in another company, just don't stretch it too much and sound greedy. Good luck!
If you think long term career and onsite go for Infy. In long run 10 to 15% doesnt make much difference. Once you cross the entry level jobs you wont think about salary much. You can try to bargain salary with Infy but dont drag.
If you opt for company accomodation HRA is deducted so the take home salary is 12,301. After training it is 2.53 lpa. Plus they have a 2-year bond which if you break you'll have to pay close to 200,000.
FYI Infosys has revised its salary for freshers and it is approx 17K during training, 2.7 lpa later.
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