Project Manager (Current Employee) – Round Rock, TX – July 12, 2018
The teams I work with are the best, in that regard I have no complaints. The management is in a continual state of flux and I've had multiple managers and re-Orgs in the course of the past 2 years. I've lost count. And now, suddenly, after almost a decade in my group with half in a position I started and have built - it is being 'offshored' to save a few bucks. So, yes, that effects my whole review.
When we were owned by Dell working conditions were great, but when we were bought by NTT Data everything changed for the worse.
Hilton Lead (Former Employee) – McLean, VA – July 10, 2018
Working at Dell was very rewarding but we were not given raises or bonuses for the last 3 years. When NTT Data purchased Dell, we found out that our jobs were being outsourced to India & we had to stay to train the new employees to receive severance.
Consultant (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – July 9, 2018
This is not where you want to work if you want to have a career path, good benefits, or employee-centric internal policies. The learning resources are rather poor, don't bother asking for cross-training, or to get certified in anything. The answer is typically an excuse with a "no" buried in it. I have yet to find a co-worker who isn't looking to leave right now.
Health Benefits very $$ and poor coverage, Management, No Career Pathing
IT Level 2 Service Desk Coordinator (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – July 9, 2018
I helped junior employees when needed worked with management to improve functions that we handled with the client the management for the project that I was on was great I would work with them again if asked the most enjoyable part of the job was everyone that I worked with
Client Services Manager (Current Employee) – New Jersey – July 3, 2018
I deal with our clients daily. They are very frustrated that we do not have skilled staff to meet their contractual needs. The biggest complaint is that basic Asset Management and Systems Analyst skills are lacking. We have recently turned down several highly skilled candidates for very ridiculous reasons. The people hired instead are very lacking, according to several of our clients. It isn't about pay either, they offer the same pay, regardless of skills or experience. Management needs to change their hiring practices and bring in the skilled workers and not come up with silly reasons not to hire. There are times when they should ignore company policy and hire based on skill alone. Our clients deserve the best.
I do get to telecommute a lot
Not enough skilled employees to fill our clients contractual needs.
Systems Integration Specialist Advisor (Former Employee) – Plano, TX 75075 – July 2, 2018
Profits are only priority - if US citizen, do not bother applying. Company goals involve saving money by moving all positions to India. Company is moving away from remote positions. Employees are great to work with, and management is fair.
Leadership is out of touch with employees and only focuses on moving headcount to India.
I would rather speak to you directly, so that any questions you may have can be answered specifically. NTT is a very large company and one persons opinion about any matter will be drastically different depending a a large number of variables.
Systems Integration Specialist (Current Employee) – Virginia – June 28, 2018
I worked for a company that was acquired by NTT and since the acquisition, there have not been any raises or bonuses for us. Leadership has changed several times, and the manager I reported to directly was moved from a project manager position to a management position. The lack of experience shows as leadership was non-existent since one cannot manage a team like a project. Several employees have been 'benched' and NTT never has openings internally, but at the same time state they have thousands of open positions that need to be filled. Work is being moved from the US to offshore (mostly India) at an alarming rate.
Healthcare, Management, No opportunity for advancement, Salary
Business Consultant (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – June 27, 2018
There were a lot of decisions made by this company that I disagreed with, but there were numerous acquisitions that affected the company policy, benefits, etc. and I do believe that the company took as fair an approach as they could to satisfy their employees, though I do believe most employees had the impression to disagree with my statement. The position I had was contract-based, which made job security an ever-changing target to manage. Numerous times I thought my position (as well as the positions as those around me) was in jeopardy. This makes the environment very volatile, but I knew this when I accepted my position. Overall, I would stay with this company. I have worked for other employers that treated me very unfairly, but I would not count NTT among them.
Ping Pong Table, Good on-site management, Good employee performance feedback
No HR person on site, Contract-based work environment