A stable workplace with great learning opportunities
IBM ODM Platform specialist (Current Employee) – Strongsville, OH – January 6, 2017
A completely stable work environment. Lot of resources and opportunities available to learn new technologies. The current account I work with gives me a good work life balance. Management could have been a bit better. Though there are good and open communication channels to reach out to the upper management.
Work life balance, job security, learning opportunities
Less compensation package, less movement across projects
Sr. Solution Architect (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – December 14, 2016
TCS is big company and your work and growth is limited to project you are working. Majority of work in TCS is support and maintenance and there is comparative less technical activities than core software development. So, in order to advance further in career, move to management role rather than being in technical profiles. Also, TCS management favors more if you are in management role rather than being in technical roles.
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
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.
Technical Lead/Developer (Current Employee) – Calcutta, IN – September 4, 2016
TCS is a good place to work. Associates can balance their personal life and the work life. Work culture, Environment are all good. Associated get moderate compensations as well. Management is not that good specially at Calcutta. Most of the people leaving this organization is because of their management...this is my point of view. But as a whole, its a excellent place to work.
Tata FTE/UX Developer (Current Employee) – Redmond, WA – December 8, 2016
The people are friendly, you get yearly bonuses, the benefits are great. There is room for advancement, but it seems far and few between. They are trying to have more interactive gatherings, but so far since I've been here ( a year and a half ) there has only been one.
Quality Assurance Team Lead (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – December 7, 2016
Work life Balance and compensation are well above average. Almost no social aspect to the job. Isolated from Expats. Management style is very different from location to location and there isn't enough support staff.
Technical Lead (Current Employee) – Columbus, IN – November 6, 2016
Lack of Motivation & Encouragement Need better people in managerial level Time & Resource not managed properly, exploited sometimes Not the right place for people with R&D mindset, bounded with many restrictions
Salary, Future Plans, Micro-Managed Sometimes, Not for R&D
Good for startup but not for experienced professionals
Ast. Manager (Former Employee) – Maryland – August 9, 2016
working environment is good but you as you get experienced you will be more pressure other then the actual work. This will eat lot of your time, technical side you will loose your grip because of other management works.As per experienced salary will be low as compare to other competitors.
Technical Lead (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – October 29, 2016
The mid level management is messed up. Too much politics, pathetic salary and insane working hours if you work. I won't recommended anyone to work for TCS India. TCS America on the other hand is good but ONLY w.r.t to salary.
If you want to be kidnapped, threatened with physical assault, this place is for you
Technical Project Manager (Former Employee) – Redmond, WA – June 7, 2016
I've been with this company 2 times on different contracts. They don't follow their own rules and regulations, let alone clients that they work for and that calls for a lot of cover ups and bologna. I was threatened by physical assault by my immediate supervisor, locked in the room after work hours until "his assignment completed", threatened (i didn't end up getting it) not to get a pay raise if won't be kissing you know what.
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