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11 English questions out of 11

19 July 2020

What is health insurance like at Integrated Systems Management?

Pros

1. Salary on Time 2. Able to Learn out of scope by getting warning of Termination (With Different way) 3. Give facility of Medical Insurance 4. Employee Helps Each Other

Cons

1. High level work pressure 2. QA Guys Don't join as they Terminated all QA Team by saying that they don't required QA & They will hire full stack Dev. 3. Micro Management (While using washroom they consider as Break Time) 4. They says Saturday off but in my 3 year of Exp. majorly i had to spent time for office work as leaders says to show-off for CEO/Chairmen 5. Account calculation was worse 6. They Provide CL on notice periods (NP) , If we take leaves in NP then they are deducting money from salary & at the end during full & Final they are not encash of CL (Ultimate major gambling which no one can understand by giving CL on notice periods) 7. In Notice period they buy new Medical insurance & while full & Final they take insurance payment from Employee 8. Full & Final will be given after submitting of company property but they do on 15th of the month only 9. Exp. Certificate is also worse not a single line mention what we did in company. (Just duration & Role mention) 10. Once you left job then they will behaving very rudely for any help/information (i.e. New company wants confirmation, Full & Final, Any Other query) 11. They know to take money from Emp. for Medical Insurance but they never realize that they also need to submit Medical insurance copy to Employee. 12. Increment is never on Time. 13. No incentive for Overtime.

Advice to Management

Concentrate on decreasing Cons

3. Give facility of Medical Insurance

19 July 2020

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19 June 2019

What is the feeling of job security at Integrated Systems Management?

Pros

The organization is extremely helpful to the freshers to gain the knowledge during throughout the job. I've had great experience with the colleagues at the same level. The company provides an opportunities to new learner in terms of decision making for organizational benefit and that's considerate for new learners to sharp their decisiveness.

Cons

Except knowledge improvement and job security, nothing is beneficial & helpful there that can enforce employee to ISM. The company has been building up on six fruitless, barren and, unpredictable blustered clustered minded managers managed by a man and his queen sitting on the throne in the United States. Whosoever has been trying to interfere between them, they are surprisingly fired on the very next day. The organization itself is clueless about their existence in the future and company's growth. The crowned man suddenly fires up a rocket to the HR about the working for six days per week which was five days per week and that is also without any compensation. The organization's personnel, are not allowed to expect adequate salary raises. In addition to this, I've seen many of Team Leaders had not received their increments for two-three years and been resigned from their position because of denial of increment in salaries and unmanageable work-pressure. The work-culture is uncultivated for the experienced professionals and such a expectations for experienced guys is meaningless. Now, lets come to HR. In ISM, HR is mysterious department having their imagined, silent, invisible, and undefined upper management and thousands of pages of HR rule book which bound and enforce the employee to follow it with unexpected variations. Every single time they become unanswered to the employee they add their new berserk answer in the rule book. I've given single start in some of the criteria merely because of their necessity. So, in-short, the organization is not beneficial to the experienced professionals.

Advice to Management

It's a humble request to them for creating a friendly and helpful environment for employees. After all, the organization's future depends upon employees.

Except knowledge improvement and job security, nothing is beneficial & helpful there that can enforce employee to ISM.

19 June 2019

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19 June 2019

How is management perceived at Integrated Systems Management?

Pros

The organization is extremely helpful to the freshers to gain the knowledge during throughout the job. I've had great experience with the colleagues at the same level. The company provides an opportunities to new learner in terms of decision making for organizational benefit and that's considerate for new learners to sharp their decisiveness.

Cons

Except knowledge improvement and job security, nothing is beneficial & helpful there that can enforce employee to ISM. The company has been building up on six fruitless, barren and, unpredictable blustered clustered minded managers managed by a man and his queen sitting on the throne in the United States. Whosoever has been trying to interfere between them, they are surprisingly fired on the very next day. The organization itself is clueless about their existence in the future and company's growth. The crowned man suddenly fires up a rocket to the HR about the working for six days per week which was five days per week and that is also without any compensation. The organization's personnel, are not allowed to expect adequate salary raises. In addition to this, I've seen many of Team Leaders had not received their increments for two-three years and been resigned from their position because of denial of increment in salaries and unmanageable work-pressure. The work-culture is uncultivated for the experienced professionals and such a expectations for experienced guys is meaningless. Now, lets come to HR. In ISM, HR is mysterious department having their imagined, silent, invisible, and undefined upper management and thousands of pages of HR rule book which bound and enforce the employee to follow it with unexpected variations. Every single time they become unanswered to the employee they add their new berserk answer in the rule book. I've given single start in some of the criteria merely because of their necessity. So, in-short, the organization is not beneficial to the experienced professionals.

Advice to Management

It's a humble request to them for creating a friendly and helpful environment for employees. After all, the organization's future depends upon employees.

In ISM, HR is mysterious department having their imagined, silent, invisible, and undefined upper management and thousands of pages of HR rule book which bound and enforce the employee to follow it with unexpected variations.

19 June 2019

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19 July 2020

Are employees at Integrated Systems Management generally happy and/or satisfied?

Pros

1. Salary on Time 2. Able to Learn out of scope by getting warning of Termination (With Different way) 3. Give facility of Medical Insurance 4. Employee Helps Each Other

Cons

1. High level work pressure 2. QA Guys Don't join as they Terminated all QA Team by saying that they don't required QA & They will hire full stack Dev. 3. Micro Management (While using washroom they consider as Break Time) 4. They says Saturday off but in my 3 year of Exp. majorly i had to spent time for office work as leaders says to show-off for CEO/Chairmen 5. Account calculation was worse 6. They Provide CL on notice periods (NP) , If we take leaves in NP then they are deducting money from salary & at the end during full & Final they are not encash of CL (Ultimate major gambling which no one can understand by giving CL on notice periods) 7. In Notice period they buy new Medical insurance & while full & Final they take insurance payment from Employee 8. Full & Final will be given after submitting of company property but they do on 15th of the month only 9. Exp. Certificate is also worse not a single line mention what we did in company. (Just duration & Role mention) 10. Once you left job then they will behaving very rudely for any help/information (i.e. New company wants confirmation, Full & Final, Any Other query) 11. They know to take money from Emp. for Medical Insurance but they never realize that they also need to submit Medical insurance copy to Employee. 12. Increment is never on Time. 13. No incentive for Overtime.

Advice to Management

Concentrate on decreasing Cons

5. Account calculation was worse

19 July 2020

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11 April 2019

What is the company culture like at Integrated Systems Management?

Pros

Best Company who takes care of Employees and helps to grow Physically, Mentally and spiritually. Company provides Yoga for physical Growth, Trainings and Technology quantitative meetings for Mental growth and Bhagawad Gita for Spiritual Development. Very live culture with all celebrations, Fun Fridays , Hobby classes which makes cheerful and lively enviorenment

Cons

No concerns as of now

Advice to Management

Working hours if can be made flexible

Very live culture with all celebrations, Fun Fridays , Hobby classes which makes cheerful and lively enviorenment

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