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Is it advisable to move from cognizant to sapient?

 
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currently working in cognizant in testing. i have got an offer from sapient as associate QA. but confused to move or not. can you help me out abt sapient in these compared to cognizant.
1.job security
2.onsite opportunities
3.career growth
4.working hours
 
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Stick with CTS.Onsite is definitely more in CTS.
 
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hi my suggestion is stick with CTC .. as SAPIENT is also GOOD company but when compare CTC is good
 
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If Saipent offer is better and learning opportunities are more than only join Saipent. Never jump to any company untill u r satisfied and always look for atleast 40-50%(atleast) hike.
 
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