Current and former employees report that Persistent Systems provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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‘Easy to apply and get if you need one.’
‘Persistent has a really nice health care insurance for its employees. The good thing is it keeps updating its policy and makes sure employees know the benefits of it.’
‘Vacation days are credited monthly in your account.’
Insurance - Best Long process to get any benefit
Good salary from persten system
Good work life balance and career growth
Best company to work for
Hello All, Which company should I join considering project assignation, WLB, Job security and other factors. YOE: 5.2 Years Persistent Systems : 14.7 (includes 10% variable) LTI : 17 (includes 5% variable) IBM : 16.5 Fixed + 1 lakh joining bonus
Guys, Need your help in choosing the best option. I am getting confused rather to join service base or product base company? HSBC, BANGALORE or PERSISTENT SYSTEMS, PUNE ( Offering 5 lacs more than HSBC) How is the WLB, and is it worth if I join persistent as I am in pune & product base company right now.
Anyone can suggest which company to join . Taking in consideration this compensation and also any lay offs history , if any ? - Persistent systems 14 LPA - Synechron 13 LPA - CGI 12.5 LPA + 1 LPA joining + some shares every month - Siemens 12.5 LPA + 1 LPA joining
Hi fishes, How to know whether the company has internal ongoing projects or not. And whether I would deployed to the project or will be sent to the waiting pool. It's my first swtich and it concerns me alot. I am not concerned about anything else like work balance or other things but this. Also please suggest the best regarding this. I have offer from CGI, Synechron and Persistent systems.
Hi folks! Need help regarding persistent systems recruitment process I have given both technical interview (L1,L2 ) And uploaded the documents as requested It's been 2 days then didn't get back to me .how much time do they take after this step. Please help me anyone
Hi. I'm a fresher who joined Persistent Systems this year. Currently I'm aligned to a React- Redux position, but the project also uses Node.js, AWS for the back-end. However, I feel my salary is kinda low considering the industry standard, but all the experienced folks I know, say "Don't look at the salary during initial phase.." Can anyone explain why? Doesn't the current CTC play a part while a switch? Also, what should prepare now for a 100-200% switch after like an year or two?
good culture and the work
Health Insurance, 401k match, paid time off. Relocation assistance may be provided.
Good work environment. Hike was ok ok
Good Company.One will get to work on many technologies
Work from home and cool job security
Nice work culture for freshers.