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There are many reasons why Appster is a great place to work. There are lots of opportunities to build your carrier.There are many and interesting mobile app projects.They provide to perfect trainings.The work can easily be done from home.i enjoyed working over here
There are some of the cons also:
You do not take decisions at yourself.You have to keep follow your boss whether he is wrong. They ain't provide Now we free food as of now
Advice to Management
Decisions making is to be made independent.Management has already done well to uplift the employees..n I like it
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Appster (Gurgaon, Haryana).
I went to a walk in for Php developer conducted by appster. They conducted a total of 7 rounds as if they were hiring for google.
After this many round of interviews, they finally discussed the salary breakup and the HR verbally told me that you are selected. They asked me to leave for the day and told me that I would receive the offer letter by today or tomorrow. I was very happy, as I thought I have been selected in a very good company.
Now the worst period begins, two passed and I didn't hear anything from them and I tried to call them, they said that HR is in a meeting. Then I called everyday, to ask about the status of my offer and always received the same reply that HR is in a meeting.
This same thing happened to many of my friends as well. So, I don't know why they do such activity of fooling people.
So people be aware before going for an interview with this company.
Super excited to announce that Appster is now Great Place To Work Certified!
Huge thanks to the entire team at Appster, especially the Human Resources, who leave no stone unturned in making life at Appster nothing short of awesome!
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