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hi
ranchers im a new member of the community, frns i wana know hwz T-sys, n abt there work culture, n pay. actually i got a call frm d company, bt they r demanding for a bond (3 yrs). yaar wil it be ok for me to join . i hv completed my engg this year from an avearage college. so plz help me shuld i go for indian mnc's or T-sys wud be best for me.
 
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Well Abhijit,

Welcome to JAVA ranch !! please don't try to abberviate the words according to our languages. Because this site is visited through all over the world.

Well Now come to your Point T-Systems.

According to my knowledge it's very good offer, as you told that you have done your engineering recently. Then It's really very good Offer.

Well T-Systems is good in terms of Pay (I should say Extra Ordinary Please correct me If I am wrong) and also good Onsite opportunities.

I will suggest you to move forward with this offer.

Cheers

 
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What I have herd is
-onsite will not be much..few months to germany only
-good work.
but 3 yr bond is too much gen companies have 2 yr bond max.
 
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Originally posted by ambar patil:

but 3 yr bond is too much gen companies have 2 yr bond max.


He has done engineering from average collge.3 years bond should not be a problem.
 
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Thanks!!
friends for ur concern to my problem, you have made things easier for me.
actually im not worried about bond but, i am wondering wheather i"ll be
able to reach that position; wat im looking after three years?? wat about salary hikes? wil it get stucked at certain value due to the bond ? plz help me

regards
:roll:
 
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T-sys is okay pay wise I guess, not extraordinary or anything like that. I know for 3.5 years one can get around 7.5L. That is not extraordinary. Moreover they have a significant percentage of variable component (15%) in the above case.

Workwise, they are getting quite a few new projects.

I am always scared about these bonds. If you have not joined t-system try for someother job. If you do not get anything then you do not have any option but to join with a bond. My people I know have broken bonds to join other companies. In some cases, the next employer paid for the bond. Some others did not give a damn to it.
 
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Hi Sumit,
thanx for ur sincere advice, i hv gone through it got ur point, actually
i have heard about T-sys, gud pays n work culture, but at any point point of time if i wish to break the bond it wil cost me a lot bugs, they have made this point clear, demanding hell of a lot for breaking the bond, but wil it cause some probs if any1 wish to break the bond without intimating them.

regards :roll:
 
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I'm no legal expert so I do not know the exact legal aspects. Consulting a lawyer may not be a bad idea. you would know with some certainty what can happen and what you can do to make your position stronger.

I do not know anybody got into trouble after breaking the bond even though I know lot of people who broke the bond.

But it is your decision. Think carefully from all directions and decide for yourself what is best for you.

All the best.
 
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if you have other alternative , then please stay away from bonds...this is my suggestion.

At some point of time you might think to leave a company because of unsatisfaction of envuornment ,job satisfaction and so more reasons..this need not be a better opportunity.....and at that time this bond would become a barrier for you.

well, about the company...its good....i am suprised that T-Systems is putting this restriction !
 
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Hi
folks i am little concerned now infact confused, i know there are reasons not to join the company but, can u tell me the reasons why to join the company? n being a fresher from an avreage college n T-sys havin a good name should i go for this chance, or should i try anything different.can i
take a chance for T.C.S or infy or wipro n stuff like that
 
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Hi
friends just tell if i would get 3.5L pa after i have completed 2 years, n after a month or two i wish to join a new firm then what kind of offers i shuld look for, if i had to break the bond.
 
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Originally posted by Mr .Abhijit Saha:
Hi
friends just tell if i would get 3.5L pa after i have completed 2 years, n after a month or two i wish to join a new firm then what kind of offers i shuld look for, if i had to break the bond.



Don't confuse yourself by asking/thinking useless questions.

Try for other offers till the joining. If you get then ask again in this forum, which one to choose. If not, then join T-Systems. Simple.
 
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