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- Intuit scored higher in 2 areas: Compensation & Benefits and Work-life balance.
- Thoughtworks scored higher in 4 areas: Career Opportunities, CEO Approval, % Recommend to a friend and Positive Business Outlook.
- Both tied in 3 areas: Overall Rating, Senior Management and Culture & Values.
What Employees Say
- Intuit had 868 more reviews than Thoughtworks that mentioned "Work life balance" as a Pro.
- Intuit had 129 more reviews than Thoughtworks that mentioned "Work life balance" as a Con.
I have been working at Intuit full-time for more than 8 years
1. Benefits. There are lots and lots of benefits. 2. On-time appraisal with good hike plus most importantly RSU every appraisal cycle based on performance. We get very good RSU every year 3.... Culturally decent corporate company. Not talking about politics and all which exists 4. Great care of employees where feedbacks and all matters a lot 5. Gifts. Lots of them 6. Good focus on employee training and upskilling
The company is really great and the cons are only handpicked ones 1. Work is of course team dependent. I do have great work, but some teams are having a slow culture 2. There are issues during the... promotion as it's not easy to get a promotion here 3. It's a fully grown corporate company and hence there is a lot of showcase of small work needed for management. Sometimes feel that we show work to management more than the work itself. None of the above points is any hindrance to me but good to know about the company.
Advice to Management
Keep the good work and feedback mechanism.
I have been working at Thoughtworks full-time for more than a year
1. Opportunity to work with a lot of very capable folks in all spheres of work. 2. True agile way of working 3. Each employee and their opinions are respected. There is a culture of mutual respect... and inclusion here, the kind of which I have not seen in the previous 8 years of my experience. 4. There are ample opportunities to learn almost anything w.r.t. technology for those who are interested. 5. The work life balance of employees are given importance. 6. Very good office premise - cafeteria, games, events etc. (though in these corona times, we are WFH) 7. There is ample career opportunities. Focus on employee growth.
Nothing to note as of now
Advice to Management
As we grow to a bigger and bigger company, we should consciously take effort and continue to uphold and propagate our culture and values.