Snapwiz FAQ

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12 English questions out of 12

3 June 2019

How are the career development opportunities at Snapwiz?

Pros

Great product based company with ample opportunity for fast career progress. Management takes good care of employees with great food, events and financial support. Timings are flexible as well. Company has a good product line and markets in geography like USA and Europe. Plenty of scope for learning.

Cons

Some of the HR policies can be relooked at.

Advice to Management

More fun activities & external training

Great product based company with ample opportunity for fast career progress.

3 June 2019

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21 May 2019

What kind of career opportunities exist at Snapwiz?

Pros

Nice opportunity to be part of product development

Cons

Hectic deadlines some times due to product release schedules

Advice to Management

None

Nice opportunity to be part of product development

21 May 2019

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12 June 2019

How is management perceived at Snapwiz?

Pros

Good work environment, friendly management, Opportunities to learn latest skills, much more

Cons

The hike is depends on best performance

Advice to Management

Train the good employees and offer them a better package, else they would leave

Good work environment, friendly management, Opportunities to learn latest skills, much more

12 June 2019

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13 February 2020

Are employees at Snapwiz generally happy and/or satisfied?

Pros

Provides really good lunch. Most of the colleagues are good people.

Cons

- management: The company is run by a bunch of hypocritical bureaucrats who thinks that they literally own you. Employees are forced to work late nights and weekends without being compensated in anyway - annual pizza's and pint of beer doesn't count. - work-life balance: It's a joke. There is none. Have you heard of those Chinese worker camps? - Extremely biased and Misogynistic: Number of female developers in the company alone proves that - there are more Eskimos in Africa. Favouritism and nepotism is zealously practised. - Work space/environment: Its a wagon tragedy. There is too little space and too many developers. Besides, managers who run around like those Reich commanders in Stalingrad makes it even worse. Too noisy to do any cognitive task. Even though most of the colleagues are good, there are a few - especially higher up - who can ruin it for everyone. It often feels like some fight for a lead role in a cage. - pay: Your salary almost always depends on how much power you have while negotiation, and how good you are at selling yourself even when you add zero value. Besides some of the newbies are paid terrible low, and are being chained with a 2 year bond. Also, a part of you pay is bonus, which is often used to terrorize you to work harder. - notice period: A never-heard-of-before 3 months notice period is being practised to chain people here. It pretty much makes sure that its hard for you to find another job. And I think that its one of the core reasons why people are stuck in this company. If it is made any shorter all most everyone will leave. - celebrations: its just a cheap parlour-trick. Tricks the employees into thinking that they care, while all they want is colourful pics for their shiny social media pages. Probably a good way to attract people who cares about those fake niceties companies do. Basically its run like one of those East India Company ventures in 19th century British colonies. Unless one is too desperate for a job, find something else.

Advice to Management

practice a bit of empathy.

Probably a good way to attract people who cares about those fake niceties companies do.

13 February 2020

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21 May 2019

What is the company culture like at Snapwiz?

Pros

1. great and clean work space 2. very welcoming and cheerful co-workers 3. management is very supportive,caring and innovative; always trying to come up with new ideas to keep everyone motivated and happy 4. A very friendly work culture that gives freedom and flexibility to employees. 4.

Cons

More employee engagement activities should be organised.

4. A very friendly work culture that gives freedom and flexibility to employees.

21 May 2019

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