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Need info about capgemini.

 
Mohan Karthick
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I would like to know about capgemini in following points:-

1. Job security - lay off history in India
2. HR department - rude/policy etc
3. Work Pressure and working environment

I know they have good devlopment project and give decent pay.

rgds
Mohan
 
Mohan Karthick
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Hey guys !!
Please advice.
 
Manju Sharma
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Mohan,
Capgemini is a good company; work culture is okie & company is quite good from security point of view but you may have to pass through bench period for couple of months.
well if you dont mind; can you tell us how much they offered to you? what is your work experience?....actually one of frnd is undegoing negotiation rounds..she is asking for 6.5 for 3 work exp.....
 
Mohan Karthick
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I think 6.5 for 3 yrs exp is too much, I am having 6 yrs exp and getting @ 6 only.
Well don't know what is the current scenario, or probably its depend where he is working what is current package , academic etc etc.

I am undergoing through interview only.
 
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These days 6L for 3 years exp is quite normal. Capgemini pays well. I think 6.5 should not be a problem. Depends on other factors too like current salary, technical skills, your bargaining power, etc.
 
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Well don't know what is the current scenario, or probably its depend where he is working what is current package , academic etc etc
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Mohan,
Thanks for yours reply & all the best for rest of the rounds.
Buddy dont feel inferior to others(IITians or reputed institute pass outs) when it comes to negotiations on salary. If you have sound skill set & mandatory education; you can ask what you deserve.
 
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