- 5.022 May 2023
SuperSenior Analyst DeveloperCurrent EmployeeChennai
Good Company and work culture
All are god and good environment to work
- 5.028 Sept 2023Assistant ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearEast Brunswick, NJ
I really enjoy the work at Wipro. I like that you can look for other roles internally. I like working with stakeholders. I like the flexibility and work-life balance.
When onboarding, there seems to be a breakdown in communication on where to go for resources. From things you need to do the job to your own onboarding help
- 2.021 Sept 2023Senior Scrum Master/Agile CoachCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearAustin, TX
The pay is decent, although not competitive with local companies.
1) Three months into the year, their health care provider royally screwed everyone in the Austin area by dropping the main imaging service here. The net result was about 30,000 people were forced to use a single hospital for imaging services. A one-day turnaround x-ray now takes three weeks. I raised this major concern to HR. Pretty much got a "thank you for your input" and that was it. 2) This is the largest company I've worked for that is absolutely horrid. I've been here almost two years and have rotated through six supervisors, none of whom know my actual name and have never communicated to me directly. My inbox is full of HIGH PRIORITY emails from training teams reminding you to participate in pride month or a fun run. If you're like me and are content to be left alone and focus on the company you're contracted to (like me), it's ok (except when they f-up your health care and do nothing about it).1