Awesome company for starters but after a while growth may become stagnant sometimes
Software Engineer (Former Employee) – United States – February 17, 2019
LTI is great company for freshers and new comers. Company was able to give me great opportunities and roles to learn. But after a while the my growth financially become stagnant.
Although it's not the worst in terms of compensation, some of my friends have been compensated fairly. Some gone out and came back in company with better compensation.
I guess it's the way with every big company, necessary actions for retention and appreciation of deserving employees get lost in complex bureaucratic red tape and then individuals find it much easier to find the growth outside instead of inside the company.
Software Engineer - Java Developer (Former Employee) – IN – February 4, 2019
Extensive Platform training. As a fresher I was provided with one of the best training in the platform that I was going to work. Equally competitive workplace where people work in some of the best projects in the industry.
IT Help Desk Technician - Contractor (Former Employee) – Edison, NJ – March 5, 2018
Good work environment. Very family orientated. Trusting and everything we did and the work was on the honor system.Hour lunch period. Half hour grace period start time. Very trusting. I was given administrative rights to the server soon after starting.
The opportunities that came to me were due to my leadership drive.
The Compensation is pathetic to say the least and policies have become absolutely stingy. For those who do not have ESOPs there is no point bearing this out.
HR is virtually non-existent in US. Employee preferences have dropped significantly after IPO. Some of us, Managers, try to make it as comfortable as possible for people as some are still humans, however as an org, its become ruthlessly bottom-line focussed. (good for the shareholders)
Health Insurance, Work life Balance can be maintained