Monthly/yearly incentives are the best part of the company. Health insurance is like every other MNC's. Time off is more than most of the MNCs and work-life balance is probably one of the best in the sector.
Best thing: salary is never delayed
The company pays very well to their employees, but people who are internally promoted receive lesser hikes
Base salary is not competitive and requires revision as per industry standards. Intangible benefits are at par with industry standards. Overall the company is employee friendly.
The worst part of being here is that even after being entitled to your time of leaves or paid offs, you may not be able to avail them as there always a crunch in the number of people staffed vs the required number of people.
Best thing is that these benefits keep increasing when you ascend career here.
Health Insurance Provident Fund Travel and Conveyance Mobile Reimbursements Worst thing would be PF Withdrawal and Employee Exit Process. They figuratively and literally take lot of time to sanction your due.
1. Work from home option 2. No product fee waiver for employees
Employees get health insurance up to 5 lacks (3 lack + 2 lacks), with an option for top-up coverage at reasonable premium. Employee car policy, I got mine with free insurance for 5 yrs. Standard annual bonus plan, clean and safe work environment with sufficient supplies including coffee machines etc. subsidized meals in cafeteria. Amex is one the companies still providing company transport to all employees, in Delhi NCR. Very robust leave plan. There numerous training and development programs available, aimed towards employees overall developmental needs.
Holidays given when asked Transport is a benefit but its management is not Bonus system is there but they are making it more and more competitive which is actually affecting people's payouts