Quality Test Engineer (Current Employee) – California – August 23, 2016
Technically, I got a chance to learn different languages and some tools too. Personally, I have learnt to how to deal with people of different behaviors and mindsets. The management is bad. The managers don't appreciate the efforts of their team members. Most of them are partial. Till present the co-workers that I have come across are friendly and helpful. The most enjoyable part was the 3 years of experience in Production Support.
L1- Engineer for IPTV NOC (Current Employee) – Plano, TX – August 23, 2016
It is a good company to work for. I have learned a lot because of their willingness to teach. The hardest part of the job is the typical in office type of issues such as being in front of a computer all day. The most enjoyable part is the people I work with.
good health insurance, willing to work with your personal schedule, pushes for higher education
Assignments with TechM are contract positions with other companies, must be willing to relocate every few yrs
Solution Architect (Current Employee) – Florham Park, NJ – July 27, 2016
With Tech Mahindra since 2010, over a period the working culture changed and it's becoming more of a manufacturing than in IT. The management trying to bring out more of a non -IT atmosphere. So it's not a great fun and the environment is more conservative and not casual. Same case with the compensation package - more conservative and they are not the best pay masters.
Excellent Work/life balance. Helpful and understandable management and co-workers but very less compensation/increment in the yearly appraisal cycle. Good work will be recognized and I recommend this company to all for the learning culture and career development.
Senior Technical Writer (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – October 5, 2016
After two months of contract negotiations, this firm reneged on the agreement we had set forth. Also, their contracts seemed incomplete and unprofessional as they are non-native speakers of English. There is also speculation that the company does not hire women.
Technical Project Manager (Current Employee) – Auburn Hills, MI – June 21, 2016
Good place to work. But management needs to improve a lot. Required lots of opportunities. Company has to focus on research and development. Required freedom to explore ideas. Company has to focus on new upcoming technology. Required strategical plan for upcoming new technology. Define the road maps to the company to approach the new technology.
Sustems Architect, Contractor To AT&T (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – September 19, 2016
I worked on the DirecTV/AT&T technology merge. It was a confusing environment with not a lot of direction, miscommunication. The people were great to work with, however, a lot of transition, people coming and going made it difficult to move projects forward.
Typical Indian Consulting Firm with no though about its employees concerns
Senior Systems Administrator (Current Employee) – USA – April 22, 2016
Management is all focused on revenue generation for company and not concerned about the employees salaries / yearly approaisals
Yearly appraisals are delayed for 6-8 months every year.
All the automated system entries about your goals set and acheived for the year are only on papers. Never reviewed by managers nor discussed with employees before deciding on appraisal rating and salary hike.
cant think of any
bad management, profit driven, no training offered, yearly hikes are a nightmare
System Engineer (Current Employee) – Fargo, ND – May 1, 2016
TM sounds like a decent place to work until you actually sign the contract and start working there. First thing you'll notice is being on call 24/7. Some of the teams have rotating on call schedules but if it is your area that has the issue you will get called as well even if you aren't on call that evening or weekend. You are expected to be available 24/7 no matter what and good luck getting your overtime pay if you even qualify for it. Then out of the blue after a few years of working there you'll find out your job is being sent to India because they can hire 4 people for what you make stateside and they expect you to train your won replacement. You'll be told they are looking for something within the company for you and never hear anything back.
Associate Tech Specialist (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 22, 2016
Tech Mahindra has been mine first job and I have learned a lot over a period of time here. Entry level fresher to Experienced IT Professional, My journey has been challenging and memorable. I have worked with so many great and talented people who always encouraged and supported me.
SR. SOFTWARE ENGINEER (Current Employee) – Redmond, WA – September 16, 2016
Working at Tech Mahindra will be great. We learn a great working culture in a fun filled work environment. Though managers are not much capable of what they are doing, company level management is good and love to work here