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Employees rate Chicago 6.5% lower than the overall average
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I have been working at Genpact full-time (More than 10 years)
I've been with Genpact for 10+ years as part of the sales team. The same characteristics that brought me to Genpact are the same characteristics that I observe every day. The front end team has a great deal of flexibility and authority to work with clients and our delivery teams to shape solutions, both operationally and commercially. The organization can move with great speed, which I hear from clients is a differentiator compared to others in our industry. Our colleagues are talented and work here because they want to make a difference for our clients. I'm a big fan of Genpact as an employee
As we have a global delivery model, some new employees take longer than others to get accustomed to working with colleagues from all over the globe. Once you become familiar with working with the diverse team and the work hours to accommodate various time zones, it becomes a normal day in the life, so to speak.
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I applied online. The process took 8+ weeks. I interviewed at Genpact (Chicago, IL (US)) in November 2017.
Phone interview with recruiter. She would call whenever and not actually schedule a time. Then you would call back a few minutes later and she would be unavailable. During Phone interview she didn’t really ask much.. just asked when you would be available and if you’re okay with the compensation. She then reached out to schedule a time with a manager. That went okay and he was much better and called at the time that he was supposed to.. That call was more in depth but just asked questions like why do you want to work here, no behavioral questions. That manager couldn’t even answer much because he claimed he was new and didn’t know a lot about the position basically. Didn’t hear anything for a month and the recruiter called saying the position was put on hold and if I am available for an interview this week (very inconvenient). I went ahead to this interview and the person interviewing me didn’t even know I was coming, actually no one knew I was coming. I ended up showing the receptionist the email I received because they were so confused. Do not waste your time with the Chicago office. The office as a whole is unprofessional and people were so confused about any and everything.