A typical day at work for me would be going in at 8 AM and ordering VA Appraisals. I have a wonderful supervisor who is very understanding and is easy to get along with. I have great co-workers who are happy to help anytime anyone needs it. The hardest part of my job is the hours. I don't like to be away from my son 5 days a week. I am seeking 3 12 hour shifts a week. The most enjoyable part of my job is being able to work in a positive environment.
1 hour lunch breaks, great work environment
5 days a week, Unable to have my phone in case of emergency with my son
UX Lead Architect (Current Employee) – San Ramon, CA – September 28, 2016
Lots of exposure to different client projects.. Industry experience. Excellent Manager Excellent Coworkers Lots of travel You can gain lots of Industry Knowledge Delay in getting software Delay in getting laptop Project assignment is quick
Fast progressing, healthy work culture & learning inspirations
Documentum Technical Lead (Current Employee) – Naperville, IL – September 22, 2016
A typical day at work would start with client calls in the morning and end with status reports in the evening. Have learned a lot professionally how to deal with different clients - understanding their requirements, providing solutions/consulting, keeping up with fast pace of market growth on ECM related products, implementing them in Proof of concept to show their benefit for future customer.
Hardest part of job was not much holidays, working on weekends and no extra compensation.
Restricted work culture, opportunities to develop skills
NET Technical lead (Former Employee) – Morris Plains, NJ – September 20, 2016
-Too many expectations like client work and TCS management work -Growth opportunities are ample -Management is restricted and not flexible in terms of working remotely -Great motivating teams and co-workers -inflexible work locations, failure to sponsor green card for long term employees -Great client and client interactions, motivating and satisfying work
Team lunches, get togethers, project design discussions
inflexible work location, compensation not par with industry standards
A typical day at work is like, work hard during the day and play hard in the evening. Have learned lot of technologies and good practices on work. Management is more concentrated towards work than work/life balance. Have lot of fun with co-workers.
Executive Assistant (Current Employee) – Troy, MI – September 16, 2016
Loved the people I work with. loved the scheduled...Provide a full range of support services for Vice President and Employee’s. In charge of document preparation, confidential file management, mail handling, supply ordering and email maintenance. Coordinate and carry out special events, request, projects and communication plans. Planning and scheduling meetings and appointments. Domestic and International travel coordination.
Director of Managed Services (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – September 15, 2016
TCS is a well managed, highly ethical company to work for. Its values are good and I am proud to be part of the company. However TCS needs to train their managers well. Most of them come from India and does not understand US work culture and expectations. Creates conflicts and attrition.
Software Engineer (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – September 8, 2016
You may have to relocate to a client anywhere in the USA. You have to learn to be flexible and learn new skills along the way spontaneously. It's a great place to start if you need to start somewhere, but I often hear that people use this opportunity as their first step towards something greater.