Bajaj Group (Mumbai) FAQ

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4 English questions out of 4

16 March 2019

How is management perceived at Bajaj Group (Mumbai)?

Pros

Small and linear organisational structure

Cons

Poor management strategy and business decisions have seen the power business flounder. With the highest tariffs in UP and a PPA with one single buyer - UPPCL which is hardly able to pay its bills, business is under severe financial strain. Salaries have been delayed by up to 60 days. Even in better days, there were never any initiatives towards employee engagement, welfare and open communication. I left an environment of insecurity, discrimination and poor ethical standards.

Poor management strategy and business decisions have seen the power business flounder.

16 March 2019

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16 March 2019

What is the company culture like at Bajaj Group (Mumbai)?

Pros

Small and linear organisational structure

Cons

Poor management strategy and business decisions have seen the power business flounder. With the highest tariffs in UP and a PPA with one single buyer - UPPCL which is hardly able to pay its bills, business is under severe financial strain. Salaries have been delayed by up to 60 days. Even in better days, there were never any initiatives towards employee engagement, welfare and open communication. I left an environment of insecurity, discrimination and poor ethical standards.

I left an environment of insecurity, discrimination and poor ethical standards.

16 March 2019

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26 April 2019

What is the salary like at Bajaj Group (Mumbai)?

Pros

Good company to work very nice

Cons

salary is very low as comoared to industry

Advice to Management

work hard

salary is very low as comoared to industry

26 April 2019

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16 March 2019

What are working conditions like at Bajaj Group (Mumbai)?

Pros

Small and linear organisational structure

Cons

Poor management strategy and business decisions have seen the power business flounder. With the highest tariffs in UP and a PPA with one single buyer - UPPCL which is hardly able to pay its bills, business is under severe financial strain. Salaries have been delayed by up to 60 days. Even in better days, there were never any initiatives towards employee engagement, welfare and open communication. I left an environment of insecurity, discrimination and poor ethical standards.

UPPCL which is hardly able to pay its bills, business is under severe financial strain.

16 March 2019

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4 English questions out of 4