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Mu Sigma Reviews

Updated 28 Mar 2020

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3.3
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Mu Sigma Founder Dhiraj Rajaram
Dhiraj Rajaram
863 Ratings
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  1. "Work Experience"

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    Former Employee - Trainee Decision Scientist 
    Recommends
    Neutral Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I worked at Mu Sigma full-time

    Pros

    Technical Aspects Good Projects - a lot of technologies and concepts can be learnt in a short amount of time Managerial Aspect Environment will push every individual to own the projects and learn time and people management. If you are good you might get your own projects 6-8 months down the line as a fresher

    Cons

    Heavy work might affect work life balance

    Mu Sigma2019-04-25
  2. "Best culture, awesome learning curve"

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    Current Employee - Apprentice Leader in Bangalore

    I have been working at Mu Sigma full-time

    Pros

    People, mindset , impactful work , client management

    Cons

    Few policies might not be that employee friendly

    Mu Sigma2020-03-28
  3. "helo hello helloo helo heloo hello"

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    Current Employee - Data Scientist 

    I have been working at Mu Sigma full-time

    Pros

    salary is good for me

    Cons

    late hour working is too bad

    Mu Sigma2020-03-26
  4. "Mu Sigma great place to start"

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    Former Employee - Trainee Decision Scientist in Bangalore

    I worked at Mu Sigma full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Steep Learning Curve, Great learning opportunities

    Cons

    feeling of exploitation in terms of salary

    Mu Sigma2020-03-17
  5. "My work ex atmu sigma for 3 plus years"

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee 
    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at Mu Sigma full-time

    Pros

    working here is experience enriching

    Cons

    pay is low and company is on decline

    Mu Sigma2020-03-27
  6. "Good for freshers"

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    I worked at Mu Sigma

    Pros

    1. Great Learning Curve 2. Gateway to the booming field of Data Science for freshers 3. Ownership and responsibility

    Cons

    1. Makes you move to a managerial role at an early stage of your career 2. Stressful at times

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    Mu Sigma2020-03-08
  7. "Great for learning, high exposure"

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    Current Employee - Apprentice Leader 
    Recommends
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at Mu Sigma full-time

    Pros

    High exposure and accountability, steep learning curve, flat hierarchy and freedom to voice and work on different ideas

    Cons

    High stress, lots of ownership to hold at a very young age

    Mu Sigma2020-03-08
  8. "Labor factory"

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    Former Employee - Trainee Decision Scientist in Bangalore
    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at Mu Sigma full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    3 meals a day is available

    Cons

    Everything. No policies of the company are employee-friendly.

    Mu Sigma2020-03-22
  9. "Problem Solver | Analytics Professional"

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    Former Employee - Apprentice Leader in Bangalore
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at Mu Sigma full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Great learning curve, vibrant environment

    Cons

    Low salary, employee is not valued

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    Mu Sigma2020-03-05
  10. "Used to be good | directionless"

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    Current Employee - Decision Scientist in Bangalore
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    No Opinion of CEO

    I have been working at Mu Sigma full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    1. Steep learning curve both in technology and business spheres 2. Direct interaction with clients at lower levels too 3. Opportunities to do good analytics work 4. Free food* and cab* services 5. Some good Fortune 500 clients 6. Learning while working 7. Minimum 100% salary hike while leaving 8. Great atmosphere and peers 9. Good ambience

    Cons

    At Musigma, most people are in the age bracket 21-27 with no experience working in the outside world. Post-college, many join here as their first job, and most of them leave within three years. These people are the face of clients directly out of college. In these three years, the learning curve is steep. Data science roles are still available, but one has to fight to get data science jobs. The learning is enormous both on the technical side and business side of things. But the work is mile wide and inch deep, as one will be learning while doing the job. Due to a significant disconnect between managers, on-sites and offshore, most projects are overpromised and under-delivered. This leads to high stress, low quality work and no work-life balance. 1. Many "Fortune 500" clients have left. More brand named clients has left due to monetary or quality issues. Some still exist. Lesser number of new clients have replaced them. 2. The quality and proportion of data science work are decreasing. Mu-Sigma is no more a "pure-play decision sciences" company. Mu-Sigma does services, web development, visualisation, data engineering, and everything else an IT company does. 3. No work-life balance 4. Salary lower than market standards 5. AL's: With just three years of experience after Bachelors, people become "Apprentice Leader" or manager. They have relatively no experience in managing people or projects and have little idea of how the outside world works. 6. Instability in the company (long term) 7 The very high attrition rate

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    Mu Sigma2020-03-19
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