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What would you suggest NTT DATA Services management do to prevent others from leaving?

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They need all new managment

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No opportunity for advancement and not 1 coworker i know has received raises or bonus. Bonuses are taxed at 30% also, so when they are every few years, they're really giving IRS bonus. It's an insult. No raise for 6 years, no bonus in 3 years.
I stopped working as hard as I normally would and I started taking every single hour of time off each year. I'm just a body in a seat that they don't care about so why should I go above and beyond?
The cost of the HSA plans are unbelievably high and they contribute HALF of what employee contributes to HSA so overall, one cannot afford a medical plan that includes spouse and child(ren).
The company sure seems to keep the employees in India happy though....

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Offer cost of living increases every 4 to 5 years to the employees including your contacted workers and offer a more affordable health care package

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It is part of the business solution, there will be re-structuring from time to time on any job.

Answered - Planner Buyer Specialist (Former Employee) - Plano, TX

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Making sure customers are invoiced and invoiced professionally, accurately, and within a reasonable amount of time. Everything put in front of a customer should be perfect because it's a reflection of our attention to detail.

Answered - FINANCIAL ANALYST (Former Employee) - Louisville, KY

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Hire better leadership at the local level

Answered - Analyst (Current Employee) - Farmers Branch, TX

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Train management to communicate and not micromanage or hire better managers

Answered - Business Analyst-Senior (Current Employee) - Plano, TX

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Management isn't interested in finding out how to keep people. Why would they? They have recruiters who lie to bring people in. They don't tell people what it really means to be a "consultant". They promise that jobs will last YEARS. And, in this case, four months later, they were handing out notices.

Answered - Project and Program Management Consultant (Former Employee) - Louisville, KY

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Create a better culture between management and staff.

Answered - Project/Program Mgmt. Sr. Advisor EPMO (Current Employee) - Providence, RI

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The was never a lot communication between my Ntt data contact and my coworkers. Our client told me about my extension and the other two they were being let go early. Maybe better communication could have helped me to transition into another role instead of choosing to go to class rather than wait for a call.

Answered - Windows Engineer (Former Employee) - Philadelphia, PA

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