I joined as a freshers and I couldn't continue here because of Manager and poor team members, who used to demotivate me on daily basis. Team will not give you proper training and from day 1 you have to own the tasks and complete it on your own (like without proper training). Freshers are supposed to do Night shifts .Need to WORK 24/7.
Too much Team Politics.
- Company's work culture is outdated. Believes that more time in office equals more profit.
- No young employees, so everything is boring all around.
-No Proper Training will be put on tasks directly
- No fix timings for work
- NOT a employee friendly organization
- Managers don't have Conversation Etiquette which is followed by Senior employees
- Strict 10 hour in-time monitored by managers and literally questioned/scolded for leaving early.
-Every Weekend you need to work without Allowance.
- no salary hike and no additional benefits
- In an ideal scenario there are no WFH
- More of a school than an IT organization, very Strict environment
- No proper cafeteria and no break out areas
- Company see its employees as Laborers and Slaves
- Highly NOT recommended to join.
First i would like thank to nttdata because i have learns lots of things
there now. here are the below activity..
Reconciliation of General Ledger with Bank Statements and GL Accounts with Sub Ledgers in Oracle based PeopleSoft application.
To assist in the validation and processing of journals as required, in an accurate and timely manner to achieve month end close.
Preparing journal entries and uploading it to Oracle
Preparation of Tax withholding report
Researching for reconciling suspense items and facilitates resolving un- reconciled or unidentified items.
Clearing of pending cash items on RECS after receiving the payment from Bank
Preparation for Loan default review report.
Responsible for Month end closing, quarter end closing and year end closing within deadlines
Update Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) in every quarter.
To prepare monthly Dashboard representing monthly activity done and report to Client
Responsible for meeting all SLA targets and generating all process related reports.
I have been associated with NTT Data since Jan 2103.Since then I got an opportunity to work in 3 different projects.At present I am assigned to a telecom domain project. Its a completely new project. The team is being formed.There are two OBIEE developers including myself, one senior OBIEE data modeler,two Informatica resources and a project manager.
The client has different sets of reports related to the different lines of their telecom business. The report have typical dimensional attributes and performance measures. They want those reports to be designed and displayed in OBIEE.
We are at the moment discussing the client requirement, understanding their business and the business terminologies they use,preparing analysis documets, functional specification documents,dry or pseudo SQL code.
OBIEE and Informatica resources are working in collaboration to form the data model. This is a challenging task.
ProsJob culture is nice.
ConsLess pay, No bonus for extra work, Less motivation.
Great workplace with average compensation structures
Meeting different stakeholders everyday is an integral part of my job. I manage a team which is responsible for end-to-end learning and development activities in the organization. Over the years, I've learned to be consistent in getting past the roadblocks created by external environment. I love to share my knowledge with my team and colleagues and believe in conducive mutual learning.
The most challenging part of my job would be to persuade leadership from different regions of the world to understand the benefits of learning initiatives in their respective geographies. For example, dealing with a Japanese colleague may be very different from dealing with a native American. Nevertheless, I love to work with different people in different assignments. This is also the most interesting part of my job.
Excellant Workplace to shape our career. Provides a ground for people who are aspired and intelligent. Great place to start with for Freshers.
Every day starts good in NTT Data in spite of the work pressure. It provides an excellent workplace for people who are really intelligent and exceeds beyond their usual work table. Identifies people and make them to move up in career ladder by providing excellent onshore/offshore job opportunities. Management is good, and provides employee benefits well and providing promotions and cash rewards by identifying the right resources.
The hardest part of job would be more documentation process handled in every project but on the other side it serves as good repository too.
Most enjoyable part is amicable team members and very friendly management who takes care of employee benefits which doesnt make us to feel hard and long.
Good Place to work with life balance. The collaborative team of members. Team leads and Project Manager treats as a family members. The company environment was very cool.
They will encourage a lot of opportunities to learn new technology even for Freshers and Experienced folks.
NTT handling so many Projects, No worries
Hike also given with good Percentage min 10%
Overall NTT Data is the safest and cool Company without any pressure. You can come and join in NTT Data without any doubt :)
It Depends on the team and Managers
Some managers are motivated and recognized for their hard work on projects.
At the same time, some managers will not take care of them and have no Recognition and even they didn't tell Thanks or even complete the project without any escalation.
It's fine, Overall, the company was so good.
The People here love what they do and are motivated to exceed the industry standard. The support employees receive for self Improvement and skills upgrade are 2nd to none. The benefits for Canada are fantastic. The ability to progress and get promoted is easily attainable for those who want it. The culture is engaging and exciting.
Colleagues who are not motivated to excel and put in time and effort. If you are not in it to win it and are not self-motivated to be the best, suggestion is to go somewhere else. NTT is for high achievers.
Advice to Management
Management can always improve. however I personally have nothing but great engagement with my management, constant check in's are key. Also providing opportunities outside of semi and annual reviews for feedback are well established within my business group
The best job for a SAP Technical fresher, too much to grow and learn.
I joined NTT DATA Pvt. Ltd. as a fresher on Oct. 2012. With completion of 2 months of training with the award of 1st place in the test i was put in a project SAP Tools and Technical on Dec 2012.
I must say since the time i have joined the team i have grown day by day more and more. The management and co-workers have been extremely supportive always professionally and personally as well.
The work culture was fun, with strict deadlines also that we have to always complete hook or by crook..:)
What i have learned from NTT Data is professionalism, motivation, dedication , team spirit, client interactions and never to give up attitude. In short best organization to work with as a fresher..:)
1. I never feel i am working in an office, the environment and work culture is very friendly.
2. Always surrounded by passionate people having hunger to learn and explore.
3. Motivates new talent and gives opportunity to learn and learn and learn......Grass root exposure.
4. Senior management is totally supportive and helps in all aspects.
5. For me, it is the best company to work with who not only motivates junior and middle staff but also helps in every manner in all aspects of growth.
6. Morning healthy breakfast, weekend snacks, official parties quarterly and a mind blowing yearly long vacation.
7. Totally happy and satisfied.
ProsGreat Work Culture, you are in charge of what you are doing and feel appreciated
They got one of the worst work cultures in the industry. Employees are considered more of a slog slaves than working humans. But they are currently a very big organization with lots of policy changes. Got to wait and watch the impact of the changes. The main problem is they bid very less to get the brands and make the employees slog to gain the profits. Coming to the worst part, they gain lots of profits but the profits dont trickle down to the slogers(employees). Their policies at present are very naive and immature. Got a long way to become a world class company
Prosopportunity for good work if you slog, lots of travel opportunities
Consno hikes, bad infrastructure for a it company standards, management the worst available in the sector
Everis : Spanish Outsourcing (aka Sweatshop) playing to be “Consultants”
This company goes by “Attitude makes a difference” : It is the unprofessional and unethical attitude of management that is leading Everis USA to a complete failure – That attitude is what’s setting “Everis apart” from so many well established consulting companies in the USA.
Let me “elaborate” a bit more on some of the comments posted in glassdoor.com :
1) “Every employee owns everis (in the form of stock)” – Well this is actually true but ONLY to an extent – You must be an Everis employee for at least 3 years (I doubt you could last that long…and the company must be able to meet the 5-years profit goal – very questionable at this point)
2) “Unlimited Vacation - take it when you need it - and even Senior Management truly "shut off" when on holiday” (Ok, so unlimited vacation is based on the client’s request – so if the client needs you during holidays (Christmas, etc) you can’t simply take any vacation – the only vacation you would have is during August – That is because the only client that Everis has in Boston work based on the Spanish summer schedule – so you are required to take 2 weeks off during August whether you like it or not – at the client request)
3) “$250 work life balance pay - for child care, or gym membership (per month!)” - I rather be paying that out of pocket if I’d know I get to work for a company that pays and treats their employees as they deserve.
4) “Growing company - chance to come in early” – Save yourselves a headache – As long as this company
Desarrollador/a de software | España | 29 Mar 2019
Lo peor de las peores
Realmente hasta tengo cierto temor a escribir esto por miedo a represalias a la hora de buscar otros trabajos porque intenten perjudicarme de alguna manera por esto pero creo que así este sector no va a llegar a ninguna parte. Si esto es la nueva consultoría para que yo me bajo.
- Te van a vender que son una consultora diferente, menos rígida y blablabla. En esta oficina concretamente son iguales que el resto por el mero hecho de que su plantilla está formada casi toda por gente venida de otras consultoras chapadas a la antigua. Son el low cost de las consultoras low cost porque pagan lo justito. Ellos no tienen problemas en reconocerlo alegando que ellos son distintos porque te cuentan que si formación, ambiente, flexibilidad, etc.
- Te dan a escoger dos horarios. Cojas el que cojas vas a hacer muchas extras, pero muchas más que en cualquier otra consultora. Si haces ese esfuerzo extra por tu parte jamás te las pagarán ni te lo agradecerán. Si te fijas por algo tienen portátiles en vez de equipos de sobremesa, porque las extras están a la orden del día.
- Muchos de los superiores, (no todos) son bastante desagradables en cuanto al trato, sobre todo en cuanto cruzan la puerta de la oficina, ni se molestan en saludar muchas veces lo cual hace ver que la actitud que tienen dentro es completamente artificial. A medida que el cargo es más alto el trato es más desagradable.
-Es obvio que en todas las empresas así siempre hay roces entre testing y el resto de gente. Aqu
ProsCompensados por horario de 43, café gratis, la gente antes de quemarse
ConsSalario, superiores ineficientes, trato incómodo con superiores, entornos de trabajo parcheados tirando de licencias GPL en su mayoría, planificación y estructuración nula y por ende frustración contínua, enchufes, falta de información vital, jerarquías descabezadas o mal encabezadas
He estado trabajando en Everis y la gran mayoría de las cosas son positivas (aunque lógicamente también hay alguna negativa). Os comento por puntos primero, y luego os hago un resumen.
Como cosas positivas os puedo decir:
- Aprendes un montón.
- Muy buen ambiente de trabajo.
- Estabilidad profesional.
- Te recompensan si te lo ganas y te lo curras.
- A la gente que no vale, y que están por estar, siendo un lastre para el equipo, se les localiza en seguida. Tienes que llevar una buena actitud, y no dejarte llevar, y con eso no tendrás problemas. Te recompensan si ven que te esfuerzas. No dejes que el resto te haga el trabajo y no aportes nada, porque así no se llega a ningún sitio.
- Puedes pedir cambio de proyecto si no estas a gusto en el proyecto, así que no tienes que aguantar a alguien que no quieres.
- Valoran tus situaciones personales.
- Compañerismo (con excepciones claro, que malintencionados los hay en todos los sitios, y trepas también, pero son los que menos).
- Muy buenos beneficios.
- Te asignan a la banda salarial y puesto que mereces por tus conocimientos, y si te tienen que cambiar a mejor en poco tiempo, y te lo ganas, te cambian (con la subida salarial proporcional).
- Buen salario.
- Cobras cada mes a final de mes, sin retrasos.
- Mucha formación.
- Si estás empezando (no es mi caso pero si el de algunos compañeros que tuve), es de las mejores empresas donde puedes estar.
- El horario en épocas complicadas del proyecto es
Time for NTT CEO to conduct Q&A of his Managers & Climate Assessment for employees under them
The two NTT managers at the Academy, should have been identified by NTT leadership long ago (climate assessments, talking to employees) for being very belligerent. Majority of us who have left the contract felt a severe lack of trust with the managers. Funny thing is … they thought and probably still think they're doing a great job.
Several people have left the contract over the past two years because they couldn't stand the work environment, the lack of respect from NTT managers… their double standards, their boys club, how only men were in-charge, for being disrespectful to employees, failing to be the example(s), who listened to one or more other NTT employee's bogus insight and later seemed to use it as credible information about another person. They pointed fingers and failed to practice what they preached.
The "managers" complained about having to stay past a certain time (when they are the only ones allowed to secure the office), they made wise comments when asked how late they were staying (instead of informing everyone like good office managers would do), made inappropriate comments, came across as male chauvinistic, close to crossing EEO lines, and one failed to follow security procedures at times. They even failed to take care of issues relating to a female and instead asked another female to handle it. Um, that's why they're called managers right?
These same two "managers" seem to think people left because of the client or job satisfaction -- that
Everis is merely a spanish outsourcing company trying to sell their services as “Consultants” in the US Market. They serve as a 'sweatshop' for Spanish-based corporations with a presence in the US : mainly Santander and BBVA Banks.
Everis management will try to sell you the dream job that simply does not exist: travel overseas, international exposure, work-life balance, cares about the well-being of its employees, dynamic projects/clients. In fact, none of this is actually close to reality.
The reality is that the company does promise all these to recruit you…once you are in, you are all on your own. It does not take too long for you to realize the innumerous unethical and unprofessional practices.
Management constantly makes inappropriate comments in regards to race, age, gender – something that is definitely considered as harassment in the US work environment. Mentoring and support is non-existent.
In terms of pay, salaries in Everis are below market. Turnover extremely high. The majority of its employees do not last more than a year. If they do, is mainly because they have not been able to find any other job elsewhere. Favoritism is well observed here – there’s a special sense of pride for Spaniard employees. Feels like ‘old-school’ days – as a woman, your success greatly depends on how you look and dress… (go figure).
I wouldn’t consider Everis as a real consulting company – They cannot get any US-based clients (even though they have tried for years now). If you comp
Ambiente lavorativo stressante ed estremamente competitivo
Sicuramente è una buona azienda di consulenza, se la paragoniamo ad altre, ma secondo me non basta. Per mia esperienza, ho trovato il carico di lavoro sempre molto al di sopra delle mie capacità di gestione: per assolvere a tutti gli obbiettivi e doveri è sempre stato necessario cedere parte del mio tempo libero. Sulla carta risultavo con un certo livello e un certo grado operativo ma, ai fatti, mi veniva richiesto di lavorare con mansioni di grado più elevato continuando però a ricevere una retribuzione relazionata a ciò che era rappresentato sulla carta. Quindi dovevo prendermi tutte le responsabilità e andare in over-lavoro per percepire una retribuzione nettamente inferiore al mio impegno. E se mi impegnavo e mi spendevo, dimenticandomi della mia vita privata, comunque non gli bastava mai: mi chiedevano sempre di più ma allo stesso prezzo per vedere fino a quanto riuscivo a reggere.
All'interno dei team ci sono anche persone che lavorano poco; dunque può essere necessario sopperire anche alle mancanze degli altri.
Si è inoltre oggetto di valutazione periodica. Questa valutazione comporta anche degli aumenti di stipendio e degli avanzamenti di carriera che spesso sono reali (e quindi il processo parte come lodevolmente meritocratico), c'è però una competizione spesso poco produttiva, finalizzata a favorire se stessi oppure un collega anziché un altro e metterlo in buona o cattiva luce agli occhi del proprio responsabile, che deciderà le sorti per tutti. Quindi il lavoro r
ProsTicket restaurant, lavoro da remoto, welfare 200 euro
ConsAltissima competizione, alto stress, assicurazione sanitaria poco efficiente
Horas extras no pagadas, explotación, mala organización
Os cuento mi historia basada en un hecho real...
Recibí una oferta de una subcontrata de Everis, que por lo visto está muy de moda dentro de esta empresa la subcontratación. Esto implica que, tienes todo lo malo de Everis, (horas extras, gente poco cualificada a tu cargo, jornadas interminables...)y nada de lo que presume esta compañía (ascensos, subidas salariales, beneficios sociales, etc)
Le di muchas vueltas a la oferta cuando cayó en mis manos, porque ya conocía a gente que había trabajado aquí y ya me había advertido de dónde iba a trabajar...pero pensé, quizá sea cosa del proyecto, quizá la empresa haya cambiado la política y se viva mejor...eso y sumado a que no me gustaba el proyecto donde me encontraba actualmente y mejoraba el sueldo, me decidí a lanzarme a la piscina y comprobar por mi mismo la fama de esta empresa.
Fue el peor error que he cometido en mis 11 años de trabajo en 6 consultoras distintas!!!!
Es un sitio en el que te van a presionar desde el minuto 1 en el momento que empieces a trabajar con ellos,y eso que el horario ya de por sí es malo ya que sales a las 7 de la tarde y
si te marchas a tu hora como es lo normal, te van a mirar mal...
Me sorprendió ver como todos allí trabajan con portátil...eso era indicativo de que te ibas a ir a tu casa muchas veces con el bajo el brazo, cómo fue mi caso, por lo que aún saliendo de allí, no significaba que ya habías terminado tú jornada.
La jornada de verano te la ponen y te la quitan a su ant
This company is a hodge-podge of India- and U.S.-based IT bodyshops cobbled together by a subsidiary of a Pacific-based multi-billion empire of IT and telecommunication.
If you are a developer/BA/PM, then life here isn't any different from other bodyshops, where your soul and body (hence BODY-shop) are rented, by-hourly, to any billable clients, in exchange for a steady paycheck and comparatively fair benefits.
At work, you essentially have two bosses: your client manager, and your manager from your immediate employer. Since you are not a true independent consultant, you often get treated as a second rate employee at workplace. If a client is a unionized place, then regular employees may look down at you as well. The compensation is a notch below industry standard. The bench policy is a standard two-weeks: once your contract assignment expires, you have two weeks to find another one, and then - sayonara. Obviously there is no job security whatsoever. Overtime is paid at client's discretion; if your project is behind schedule, you are expected to put in extra hours on your own, while keeping weekly total at 40 hrs sharp. Your peers are very knowledgeable, highly competitive and can be compassionate, if you happen to enjoy curry chicken. Lots and lots of H-1B's. Vacation policy is one week per year for the first five years; then it gradually increases over time. Work environment is typical for IT subcontractors: sharing a desk with two other programmers, or being tucked in base
Prosbig company, 9th in world ranking; steady paychek and fair benefits
Conscolonial it bodyshop, owned by an overseas holding group with imperial mindset
Where to begin.....
Formerly know as Keane, but change in name through owners only. The policies of dealing with employees is now worse then before.
Person who recommended me to the company got ripped off by them and did not receive recommendation bonus.
I did not receive 15000 in recommendation bonuses due to me for recruiting of others.
The job I was hired for was nothing like the job I ended up being appointed to. I was hired to be a team lead, and instead found out after hiring that in fact I was not. I functioned as the team lead, but my title was far lesser.
Was forced to work long hours with no overtime pay, and told to work through lunch in order to get work done. The official reason they fired me was that supposedly I worked lunch hours, which is against company policy, so that was the reason they let me go. BS to the max.
They mislead their clients horribly, which myself and other employees had major professional objections to.
Internal politics amongst managers borders on insane. Often it prevented actual work from being done properly for clients.
I was fired for actually doing my job. I was asked to save a client money, and I figured out a way to save them 3 million dollars. The Employer fired me two days before the client showed up at the Halifax office so that I would not be able to talk to the client or explain any of these options to the client.
When confronted by my manager over this I sent them a letter offering to resign from t
ConsLong hours, poor management, Employees kept in fear
I really love working here, I just don't expect to move anywhere
The Pros -
When in office, they supply you, amply, with tea, coffee and whatever you like in them in mountainous quantities. They also don't skimp on cost or variety.
They are attentive of ensuring most people are kept comfortable with their seating and desk setup programs, though it can take time to process requests, and generally encourage personalizing your small space.
Strictness to what you can do in downtime varies project to project, as do many, many other factors.
The location I work in is *fantastic* for commuting, and they've been wonderful during COVID in being mindful to not make staff ill. They also have done their best to be mindful of disability, LGBTQ+, or cultural needs on site.
If a contract ends, they ensure you have really good severance, and will extend your healthcare package several months after a layoff. They DO actively seek to bring back former employees if you've been a good team member.
The Cons - They ask you to do 30+ hours of training per year, minimum that, at the end of the day, is mostly meaningless. If your project closes, don't hope that taking any in house training to have any impact on placement to another project. Don't expect their training to help you advance your career. You get zero certifications from it. Any positions above you will likely require a ridiculous number of years experience you will not get stymied in the same position.
Like most companies handling contracts, your contract can be terminated at a moment's noti
Proslots of tea/coffee etc supplies, great healthcare package, ergonomics program, cultural support, lgbtqia support, reasonable disability support, centralized offices, clean offices
Consmeaningless training, HR can be hit or miss, Contract instability, poor chance of advancement, minimalistic raises
Questions And Answers about NTT Data Services
If you were to leave NTT DATA, what would be the reason?
Asked 29 Mar 2017
Customer service representative works in night shifts ..they are providing very low salary which is not good for the employee ..the salary is just 12,000 per month which is very low for a people working on night shifts.. they won't care about them
Answered 26 Dec 2020
Salary hike is the main. Reason to leave NTT data
Answered 2 Jan 2019
What would you suggest NTT DATA management do to prevent others from leaving?
Asked 24 Mar 2017
1. First respect the Associates feelings.
2. Give the Amount for his work.
3. Give the Facilities.
4. Remove the politics from NTT DATA.
Answered 13 Oct 2019
No suggestion beacause they are doing good
Answered 4 Nov 2018
Does NTT DATA require background check? What kind of background check does NTT DATA do and how long does NTT DATA take to complete a background check?
Asked 6 Mar 2017
Yes, through third party
Answered 9 Feb 2019
No back ground check what i believe as i have joined as a fresher.
Answered 14 Jan 2018
What benefits does NTT DATA offer?
Asked 16 Aug 2019
Paid leave,overtime pay,
Answered 2 Jan 2023
Health Insurance, Leave Policy, Internal Technical/Management Trainings.