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    You could emphasize to improve your comm skills. You can learn a bit leadership qualities.


    As it happens in any other typical NCR region's private company, this company is not an exception. People are very less skilled and less efficient on top management, while on the other side, techies are excellent and very good. But if you are good techie and joined Mckinsey, the environment will spoil your technical skills. After McKinsey, you will not be able to join any other company, because they dont have such a valuable or quality work. All works are done by contractors only and you will be insisted to pull into dirty and frivolous politics. You could never save your job unless you are efficient enough in buttering and cringes. The management will provide you the hints to build good and healthy relationships with your colleagues. But this is indirect indication that they are asking you for buttering. The buttering is of very high level and you must be superman in buttering. If you could not do this, if you are not a superman in buttering then this place is not for you. You could find many employees here whose contribution in company is zero, but yet they are earning a big amount of money. Its because that they possess exceptionally extra-ordinary skills of buttering and cringes which provides tremendous pleasure to management and they never think to replace their positions.

    While on the other hand, company policies and facilities are very good.

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    Stop Hiring techies.

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