Coworkers good to work with, management is helpful
Senior Medicaid advisor (Current Employee) – Jefferson City, MO 65101 – November 6, 2018
Decent place to work. Coworkers are the best part of the job. They’re very helpful and management does it’s best to also assist any problems with the job. Pay isn’t too terrible,but raises are random and some years you may not receive one. Largest problem is with payroll department. They have many occasions messed up paychecks with several employees.
Work is easy, good coworkers, time off accrues pretty fast
Good place to work with but hard to get information when needed
Principal Consultant / Solution Architect (Former Employee) – Palo Alto, CA – October 31, 2018
The company is a good place to work in but since its a big company it is hard to get information when needed.
The company does not really support working from home as all of the project are typically onsite and you have to relocate after every project. Might not be good for family but good for young consultants.
Tester (Former Employee) – Redmond, WA – October 17, 2018
Aprendi que hay oportunidad de especializarse en algo para ser el experto en el ramo, me agrado mucho las instalaciones aunque como contratista de Wipro pero trabaje en una de las mejores empresas de TI que es Microsoft en toda mi vida.
BEST BUY Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – October 17, 2018
Excellent place to work and good teams work. Wipro was a great company to work for. The only reason i left because the contract had ended. They had great benefits a company that treated employees like family. They had open door policy that if you had any conflicts.
If your not Indian.... you have no chance. No room for advancement. If you know too much you are questioned. They blind side you. The pay is not comparable with other AP jobs. They will smile in your face and stab you in your back.
Working at Wipro for a major techie in Redmond? No thanks
Content Manager (Former Employee) – Redmond, WA – September 24, 2018
I was working a full year as a Content Manager for Wipro on a big techie company in Redmond, WA. You work a lot of hours without guidance or support. The work culture is imported from India, where first, you need to be a man to make some progress in the company; and second, you have to be thankful to them for having a job even with no benefits. In this situation, you have two bosses: the client, and your direct boss from Wipro that actually doesn´t care much about you, but about the client´s happiness. Neither one of them care about you or your personal life or your career path, as you´re completely replaceable. The job can be good if you´re desperate but you won´t last long because either you will burn out or they will lose the contract with the client.