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Hello there, I observed one thing. Non Hindi speaking people find it very hard to work in Indian IT. There is this inherent culture to speak in Hindi all the time as many North Indians are in IT today. I work in a product based company in Bangalore and these folks often talk in Hindi in official meetings despite saying. Feels disrespectful. This is happening in Bangalore. Official mode of communication should be English but they are discriminatory.. Has anyone else been facing this?
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- 5.016 May 2023Talent Acquisition SpecialistCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearBengaluru
There is a saying, 'A remarkable boss builds not only a thriving business but also a culture of trust, growth, and shared success.' This saying perfectly reflects my experience here at Pepper Square, all thanks to its visionary leader, Muki Regunathan. Muki takes it upon himself to groom and nurture every employee who joins Pepper Square. My personal journey at Pepper Square has been nothing short of amazing. I have experienced exponential growth, both professionally and personally. I had several learning gaps that were impacting my personal and professional life. However, when I look back at where I started and where I am now, I can see nothing but positive changes. This transformation is primarily due to Muki's time and efforts in nurturing me. I have never encountered a CEO who invests so much time in developing his employees. I can confidently say that joining Pepper Square was one of the best career decisions I made early on in my employment. I express my gratitude to Muki and Pepper Square for nurturing thousands of individuals over the past two decades. Your commitment to personal and professional growth is truly commendable.
I have not encountered anything as such so far.1Pepper Square Response2mo
Dear Friend, Learning never ends. The only way to stay relevant is by continuously learning and upgrading our skills and knowledge. Today out of 100 students who pass out of college, only 2-3% are super bright, and another 10% are employable; sadly, the rest don't have the interest or the basic skills to do the job. Once, NRN of Infosys said, "It is not the company's job to train people but the schools, colleges, and largely government," there was a backlash, but what NRN said were golden words. He mastered what is training at Infosys. If I had spent the same amount of time getting more business instead of training people, Pepper Square would be a $ 1 billion company. Hey, no regrets in life. More than that, I love what I do. Thanks for your feedback, and stay fit Muki
- 5.016 Jan 2023UX-UI DesignerCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearBengaluru
Pepper Square has played a vital role in my growth, professionally and personally. Being a part of this organisation, I feel very blessed because of the excellent work culture, helping colleagues, no restrictions in speaking your heart out to anyone, fun-loving friends, and honest feedback-sharing seniors. From starting until now, I have made too many mistakes, but my colleagues and my seniors assisted me with that and have not criticised me; that is what I love about working here. Because I can work with a free mind irrespective of what people will think of my work, I have learned small things related to work, personality development, office etiquette, and many more through this organisation. Our CCO-(Chief Creative Office), is a helpful and always smiling person, from which I can speak all my doubts without fear. She has given that comfortableness through her behavior so that we can collaborate easily. And our CEO- earlier, I was scared of him talking, but now I am very comfortable talking with him because gradually, that fear of talking turns into friendliness towards him. However, I need to learn and grow more than now, and Pepper Square is the right place where nobody will deny helping me grow.
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Dear Friend, Thank you for your heartfelt response. I have yet to come across anyone who hasn't made any mistakes. As I always say, "Make millions of mistakes but try not to repeat" cuz repeating mistakes is a decision. I am one person who keeps telling all of you to learn and grow; cuz rarely will you see anyone who has clarity on Work and life and still has the time to mentor you with patience. We underestimate our capabilities, and fear is built on thinking about what if you can't do this or what if things go wrong? The best way to move forward is to do Deepwork, focus on one thing at a time, and keep learning. The more you upgrade your skill, the less fear you have. Muki
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Pepper Square has an overall rating of 4.5 out of 5, based on over 42 reviews left anonymously by employees. 95% of employees would recommend working at Pepper Square to a friend and 96% have a positive outlook for the business. This rating has been stable over the past 12 months.
95% of Pepper Square employees would recommend working there to a friend based on Glassdoor reviews. Employees also rated Pepper Square 4.4 out of 5 for work life balance, 4.7 for culture and values and 4.5 for career opportunities.