Namekart FAQ

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15 English questions out of 15

8 April 2019

How are the career development opportunities at Namekart?

Pros

It's an amazing company, provide many career opportunities

Cons

No cons, really helpful

It's an amazing company, provide many career opportunities

8 April 2019

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8 December 2018

How are senior leaders perceived at Namekart?

Pros

None i can recall of.

Cons

You have to act like a puppy in the office because your opinion doesn't really matter to your superiors. everyone including the ceo of the this startup does the same work and still there's a huge difference between the salaries. They won't credit your salaries on time, they have made a record for not paying the salaries on time. Their are no celebrations being conducted for employees and even if its there they would probably ask everyone to contribute money for that. Its almost like the ceo acts as a dictator. Now he is not bad as a person but definately a bad ceo and doesn't really know how to keep the company going amd employees happy and that is ironic because apparently he did his mba from IIMC. I worked here full time. They dont pay salary slips. and from what i feel their whole way of doing their business is a blunder because they dont actually use their real name while sending out mails and stuff, instead they use made up american names. So yeah its a little wierd. During my small time here people left the company like crazy, and so did i after some time. And the worst thing of all, the ceo acts like he is satisfied by whatever the company is making and have zero intentions of expanding the business in near future, though i am sure that will be hard to attain given that they are not able to keep there employees hooked with them. plus you will practically learn nothing new after being here for a month like literally nothing. You might get upgraded to a better profile after sticking with them for a year or so but you will still be doing the same job you did when you first joined.

Advice to Management

I don't have any for them because i am sure they will do nothing about it.

Now he is not bad as a person but definately a bad ceo and doesn't really know how to keep the company going amd employees happy and that is ironic because apparently he did his mba from IIMC.

8 December 2018

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22 March 2019

What are some insights into the strategy or vision at Namekart?

Pros

Enjoying and challenging work. solid mission. very fast paced. Good benefits and perks. fun coworkers.

Cons

No cons at all for this company.

solid mission.

22 March 2019

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27 October 2020

Does there seem to be diversity at Namekart?

Pros

Experience was amazing! The amount of support and training they offer to their interns via Marketplace is unbelievable - I’ve learned so much by learning new skills, new techniques and how to overcome my target on time. The acceptance of diverse cultures and backgrounds is ‘top-notch’ - a truly GLOBAL company. Excellent supportive framework. Would recommend highly.

Cons

There is less communication among employees

The acceptance of diverse cultures and backgrounds is ‘top

27 October 2020

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20 January 2019

How is management perceived at Namekart?

Pros

- Good package right after graduation - Flexible working hours (only if you are a good friend to the boss)

Cons

- Flexible working hours: CEO will make you wake up at night to do some bid work, and he will call this flexibility. Essentially it is flexibility for the company to decide when do you work and not flexibility for you - Frequent revisions in your package details. The management / CEO can change rules and remuneration details at any time (Basically you working at the whims and fancies of one single person, the CEO) - Challenges in getting salary on time and incentives in completeness - Non-conducive work atmosphere. Most of the people in the firm discusses the exit options everyday, need I say more

Advice to Management

Please stick to the terms and conditions of the offer letter and not treat fresh graduates like personal servants.

The management / CEO can change rules and remuneration details at any time (Basically you working at the whims and fancies of one single person, the CEO)

20 January 2019

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