Srinivasan Ramakrishnan wrote:Off late I find a urge to change company
Srinivasan Ramakrishnan wrote:1. I tried asking many people about this company, but none seems to be knowing it. I tried googling out, I couldn't make out much regarding the stability of the company
Srinivasan Ramakrishnan wrote:2. Am moving from a CMMI level 5 company, what would be the impact .?
Srinivasan Ramakrishnan wrote:3. Since my prospective employer is not very known (atleast to my perception), what would happen if i plan to switch say after 2-3 years. Will i be atleast short-listed assuming my profile matches the JD. Is there any chance that I wont be considered because of my company name and things.
Why? Is there anything wrong in current company, or is it just money? Please note that very very rarely you'll get everything at same workplace. If you are gaining the money, you'd be losing something - say work pleasure, or big title, or something else. Please make sure if you are ready to do the tread-off
Well, suddenly, red flag went up in my mind. Of course, it might be a very good company, but for an IT company, if there's not much information available on internet, then it is quite strange. You should be very careful about it - and if you choose to attend the interview, you can outright ask them this question - why don't I see much data about your company on the internet?
Nothing. As long as company is good, and your resume and skills are good, nobody really cares about CMM levels these days. Of course, level 5 is good - no doubt, but that doesn't mean that level 3 is bad or something. Just FYI, Google is not a CMMI level 5 company Do you think that someone will not hire ex-Google employee, just because of that?
Well, even if prospective employer don't know about your company, they will try to find out. Only things matter here are - that you don't fake anything (you have actual experience, and the company is legitimate etc.) and that you have the knowledge about those technologies
I hope this helps.
Srinivasan Ramakrishnan wrote:I prefer for a shift for good learning as well as better compensation. As far as JD is concern, i find it very impressive, with lots of scope to learn new technologies.
Srinivasan Ramakrishnan wrote:The company is listed in US stock markets.
Srinivasan Ramakrishnan wrote:This particular company has good reputation in US among small companies.
Srinivasan Ramakrishnan wrote:Since this being my first change, I have many questions and just trying to make sure before shifting company.