Most of my co-workers I've worked with in the past. Great benefits along with a great work/life balance. A typical day consists of monitoring threats in an enterprise environment and working with a very professional team.
My day was a very stressful day! I wore all kind of hats and was pulled in every direction!
I learned how to work in a diversified environment! with different cultural backgrounds.
Management was the worst! There was no management for the Administrative group in our office so everyone pretty much did what they wanted.
The workplace culture was not a good experience! It was a hostile work environment.
The hardest part of the job was dealing with the other EA.
The team building events were very nice.
Seems more like a contracting firm than a consulting company even though they keep saying otherwise. Doesn't feel like you work for the company but are a contractor for the client.
Promotion requirements keep changing. Barely any pay increase even on promotion, maybe 1-3k every promotion, which is every 3 years now.
They boast about their bonus program but is subjective based on the head of the unit.
But there is a lot of opportunity for growth and learning
Do not see very good management and policies. As per the requirements decision are taken instead well planned in advance.
Average work culture - Management do not have that much activities which keeps employee motivated and keep them engage what they like.
Hardest part- It is very difficult to get release from one project. Sometimes only options left with an employee as to see another job opportunity.
Enjoyable activities- Specially on Friday some events are organized where different people meet each other and share there work experience others. This event has some indoor planned games which is cool.
Started in recruiting and was able to move into a staffing/resource management role, allowing me to get exposure to other areas of consulting. Allowed for remote work, which was helpful in in managing work/life balance with small children.
Senior Director, Business Development (Former Employee) - Houston, TX - March 19, 2018
Capgemini is a good place to work at but ultimately lacked the desire to place personnel in position when their roles became redundant on account of cost cutting or duplication.
Need to keep employees in confidence on future plans to avoid personal calamity.
Capgemini is a place I'd recommend to start a career - you'll receive valuable training and experience to set you up for success down the road. With that said, it has been my feeling that Capgemini may be too big for some - the yearly ranking/promotion cycles are bogged down by a process that doesn't adequately reward high performers.
Healthcare, Work/Life Balance
Below average compensation, Advancement Opportunityies
If you want to be challenged, this is where you want to work at
Practice Lead / Program Manager (Former Employee) - Houston, TX - February 20, 2018
Working at Capgemini is more like being part of an all star team. Everyone for the most part is a top line performer and not being able to contribute to the team will surely be noticed. Overall if you want to learn and be challenged, this is by far the place you want to have on your resume.
Procurement/Logistics emphasis with a vision and global perspective with effectiveness in delivering bottom line results. Work experience included project and program management, facilitation/leadership of teams and implementation of sourcing initiatives at major energy companies and utilities.