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Guys, would appreciate some inputs on Tech Mahindra. I did work for MBT in 1998 and at that time, it was the one of the good companies. But havent heard much abt it these days. Is Tech Mahindra a good place to work? I mean how is the company doing and do they pay well.
 
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Company do pay well but it's work culture and employee satisfaction are less.
 
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Originally posted by Rish Jain:
work culture and employee satisfaction are less.



Rishi,

I was planning to join this company. Would you give some specific instances regarding this. It would be quite helpful.

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Shalu
 
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I don't think they even pay well. They too are one of the companies who do not negotiate but market to the prospective employee that they can offer a fix price band for certain number of years. What you bring to the table and how well your interview was does not matter.

Also initially before 2003 I think they had a healthy onsite-offshore ratio hence lots of onsite opportunities but they margially changed that and the prospect of onsite for many projects was bleak.

One more thing, many of my friends joined this place and were on bench for more than 3 months shuffling on various technology trainings right from Java to CRM

It would not be a dream company leave alone the right place to join according to me. The rest is your decision and forummers opinions...

Cheers
Vishal
 
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