I have been working at Valforma (More than a year)
There is no doubt at all that they have some of the best and most challenging projects to work. I have learnt Fusion side after joining here. Also domain learning, especially for real estate is unique and not there in any other company. Salary is above average. They have won big projects also this year.
I am seeing some comments from others complaining about delay in payment etc. I have worked in 2 start up companies before this, where sometimes I have not been paid for long time. In Valforma salaries are sometimes delayed but always paid. I think this is part of startup company. Otherwise we should only go to big company and then most of the work will be in poor projects with poor learning opportunities. Also I feel this year the stability of the company has been very good.
Advice to Management
I think management is doing very good job overall. I have travelled onsite more than once. Management will sit next to you and work alongside. They are not arrogant and when there are issues, you can always talk to them. I would want more onsite opportunities
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Valforma in June 2014.
The process in itself was very simple. You get a very quick response once you apply, and are directed to the concerned manager to take the interview. The recruitment team takes you through the entire process smoothly.
The interviews themselves were very stimulating and they help you get back to the basic foundations and logic. The interviewers make you think and analyze your experience and knowledge in order to answer the questions.
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