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I have 10 years of experience as bank manager in govt Bank. I was a top coder,lack of guidance I unfortunately landed in bank job. My current pay is 12 lpa.I want to switch my job to IT. Is it a good option?How to start and how much can I expect after my experience?How to proceed with it. Can i approach any consultancy ?The salary is low and there's a lot of stress in my present job. Will appreciate your suggestions..TIA
I have 1.5 yoe, all wfh. Now I'll be working from office soon. Got one query - suppose your manager is sitting couple of cubicles away from you. So how do you reach out to him? You go to his desk or you still ping him? Not just manager, how about other colleagues as well?
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Hi Fishes! Current CTC is 30L base fixed + 4.5L bonus (which I usually get in full). Location: Bengaluru YoE :- 10 years (all in Juniper) Tech stack:- C, C++, DSA, Linux programming. Technically sound. How much hike, fixed base, variable, joining bonus, RSUs, etc should I expect while making a switch to other product based companies, what should be the range of negotiation? Amazon Adobe Google Microsoft VMware
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- 2.06 Apr 2022Software DeveloperFormer Employee, more than 5 years
There are some bright and caring people there. It can be fairly easy work. You can easily head down and get stuff done, flexible in most senses.
you get siloed onto projects and that can be bad. managers rarely last a year. your pay will be a lot below market value. and the market adjustments will never get you near what you should be making.1
- 2.028 Dec 2021Software EngineerFormer Employee, more than 1 year
Very competitive base salary and benefits package. Amazing work/life balance. The staff that I interacted with was very talented and easy to work with.
Extremely high turnover across the company. While the market is red hot at the moment, the inability to retain talent is telling. Career growth / advancement opportunities are limited or non-existent and performance evaluations (when they occur) are incredibly informal. Even when they do occur they don't account for much. No formalized raise and/or bonus structure. There is a general lack of ownership & understanding of the product. It isn't uncommon for outage calls to consume 15+ people from most teams trying to determine who owns the problem, steps for resolution, etc. It isn't terrible, but there is a certain level of micromanagement occurring that can be annoying. Teams are extremely siloed and there isn't an effective strategy in place to communicate across the teams for things like over-arching code changes, changes to best practices / patterns, and other things like that. There is a bunch of "old guard" spread out across the organization so making changes to "how things are done here" can be challenging. The company goal is to "grow as big as possible" which isn't very inspiring . Leadership is extremely dialed in to the Glassdoor score and incentivizes staff to post favorable reviews which you can see if you compare the Nov/Dec 2021 reviews to the rest of the reviews in 2021.8Autosoft Response2y
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