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
Project Manager (Former Employee) – NJ – October 23, 2017
Management is behind in new trends and attempts to obtain project contracts more through cultural approaches and less through skills and competencies.
Clients enjoy flexibility and freedom of more control and say in how a project is done; clients also end up doing more work than I've seen in any consulting role before.
L&T would do better to train its project management staff better, to move account managers into other projects - when they are not on par with the client's competencies and other organizational changes that L&T infotech is simply underprepared to perform.
Principle Solution Architect/Data Scientist (Current Employee) – San Jose, CA – October 19, 2017
it's a consulting company. if you have projects, you are good. You need to get a good a/c manager. then your life is good otherwise, things will go bad and you many not enjoy your job. At the end of the day. it's a consulting company and you need to bring money.