When can an average software programmer expect an on-site?
I've seen people compromising on their interests, salary, satisfaction, self-esteem in their current company hoping that they would be sent for on-site one day? Is this a right approach?
What if I hop my job continuously. Whether I won't be sent for on-site?
Middle class parents in India also want their 1 yr or 2 yr experienced wards to go on-site.
I will say that it all depends upon Luck. AS above mentioned NO RULES are applied here.
I will say that it all depends upon Luck. AS above mentioned NO RULES are applied here.[
.It depends on nature of work that employer has along with client's requirement.But i feel ,compare to product development companies,service provider companies have good records for on-site opportunity.
I will say that it all depends upon Luck
In some companies there is a method called "Lottery System " to select a person for on-site job.
I haven't heard of this in my last 10 years of working with Software companies
If there are there are many persons having more or less same profile for limited onsite opportunity ,then lucky ones are selected by lottery-method.I have been witness of such methodology
I just want to know apart from personal reasons what could be the reason for an employee for showing interest in Off-shore rather than On-site.Are there any advantages in working off-shore?
Originally posted by krish pan:
Apart from my last posting regarding quick onsite opportunity in the current thread, I need to mention that its almost 9 yrs. of exp. with J2EE now and still I didnt get any onsite opportunity. And the scenario is my passport is expiring this year, without a single stamp on it.
still I didnt get any onsite opportunity
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