I started with Valuelabs and have worked with them for more than 13 years. Initially there was passion for work and also scope for those who hard work. This has resulted in people willing to stay here for more than 10 years also.
Of late that has resulted in too much politics, there are people at the senior management itself who care nothing about respecting their subordinates.These managers / directors expect you to come to their desk for every small discussion even when you are working in different campuses just to please their ego, they don't want calls or video chats to discuss. I think it gives them a kind of superior feeling to see people lining before their rooms waiting for time to talk to them.
If this is one kind of people in the company there is another type which is also very large in number and unfortunately most of them either get to move to client locations or are the decision makers in how a project proceeds because of just one qualification, they are good at praising their seniors and only value those who praise them. These people are so bad that they are spreading fast and spoiling the complete system.
The added qualification about these people is they CANNOT work and CANNOT update themselves to survive in any other company so they will be in Valuelabs by any means, that is what seals the fate of this company to self destruct sooner than later.Just for the fact that I while writing this review was able to recollect about 40-50 people in the top level te
ConsNo new projects, too many project lost, no job gurantee or security, Too many office politics
Company work culture is pathetic, performance is assessed based on individual's perception and once a opinion is formed it never changes. No learning curve, unrealistic targets for consultants. Appraisals are given based on Sr. Management Wish and Will, no guidelines are followed for awarding designation changes. Few get promotions for every 6 months and few dont even get for years. CEO is famous for sending long emails without any objective always trying to justify his calls. More of a family company.
Designations are given without any objective or by defining any responsibilities, for a small Level 3 company it has more than 5+ QA Directors and most of these so called directors are not hands on. Too Many SVP's and the funny part is when the favourites do not get a designation change they resign and immediately the CEO jumps and gives them promotion. Interesting part is Sr. Managers manage 1 or 2 people team directly and QA directors are available to the team only from the afternoon and expect the team to stretch based on these peoples availability.
No recognition for real hard work. Good retirement company once you have won hearts of people whom you report to.
ProsFree food, Free Snacks
ConsNo projects in pipe line, No motivation to team members, Appraisal process is shabby, Very few projects with all the seniors part of those very few projects.
if you guys really want an advice on this company, i'll personally suggest not to go. there are lot of things that should not be there in the company.
Valuelabs and it's CEO is just for the name sake because everything is in the hand of employees who are working there like Manager, project manager...if they want you to keep in their team they will otherwise they wil throw you out like a fly...they sing a song of we are family but they don't even care about your hard work.
If someone is working with the same company for the last 5 yrs and his or her reviews are highy recommneded from previous project manager in the same company then how can you put someone is behaviour PIP, it's because the current Project manager doesn't like him or her just because he or she has taken leave as he or she was not well.
No Job security
if you want free lunch that is also of low quality you can join
ProsFree lunch of low quality
ConsWorst Management...CEO is just for the name sake
At Valuelabs its very friendly environment and work culture is very relaxing and I enjoyed working at Valulabs. Apart from work I learned lot of technical and career oriented skills in Valuelabs.
ValueLabs really concerns about employee perspective and at the same time clients requirements. Employees are given at the most importance in the organisation, with all the necessary facilities like free food, gym, TT, Carroms, picnics, lunch parties.
At valuelabs I learnt about how to manage situations where work and deadlines need to be managed. By participating in seminars and organising presentations my communication level improved a lot. Over all its a great place to work
I don't know much about the company and I never saw the company and working culture because I got hired by online interview, written test and typing test...
And all the asset's are sent to my home location through postal service...
And the work type is work from home non voice chat process...
They trained me for one week then assisted for one more week on the field by helping in solving the customer queries...
When it comes to work every one is good in helping to one other ....as I never saw a single employee who works with me but many of them became good friends to me ... 1)management is very good and respond very effectively...
2)Admin department is too good...
3)IT department is awesome..
4)Salary is on time....
5)TL's are very friendly...
Implemented the Backup jobs
Implemented Nagios for All RIM Projects with Notification escalations With SLA.
Implemented the NTP for one of the project
Working Builds on one of the project
SSL Monitoring the with alerts for One of the Project
Sftp implementation without shell login for one of the project
Amazon Cloud (EC2)
Installing SSL ‘s for IIS, Apache, Tomcat
Implemented the Fail2ban for one of main Project.
Implemented the Deny host for one of the Project
Implemented the OSSEC HID for one of the Project
Implemented Custom SFTP Users Monitoring with Nagios.
It was a fun work place with employee friendly environment and supportive management
I am glad to have completed 1 year at Value Labs; so fortunate to be associated with this company for so long time .. it provided me the opportunity to transform from a software engineer to a Project Lead .. we have got excellent opportunities to travel onsite, work at many client locations. The Learning curve is excellent and career of each employee is personally taken care by the Managers.
Prosfree transport, free lunch and snacks, flexible working hours, Laptops, GYM. W regular team outings and FUN at Work. Regular trainings to keep enhancing the skill sets.
Experience in creating reports and dashboards in tableau.
Merge multiple data sources by joining multiple tables and using data blending.
Experience in relational data base systems like SQL Server.
By eliminating the unwanted data in worksheets by using Filters.
Designed and deployed reports with Drill up and Drop down menu option and Parameterized and Linked reports using Tableau.
Experienced in designing customized interactive dashboards in Tableau using Marks, Actions, parameters and calculations.
Experienced in designing customized interactive dashboards in Tableau using Groups, Maps, Hierarchies and different charts.
There is no job security and employee coordination in such a way. who is join newly with this company. if you join you may sit ideally 10 to 15 days without doing any thing, you will get pickup drop facility and food and snacks inside. there are many technologies to learn and just go and sit take salary on time. and finally each person will treat as per the current availability. who is already fixed with strong glue in this company they are only can run well. no chance for new talented persons.
Prosfood, cab, insurance on time salary
Consno job security no long time journey for new joiners.
Valuelabs is a very good company for all groups lot of things i learned and involved in many scenarios
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Used SQL loader to import data into temporary tables and validated this data by creating custom PL/SQL procedures as required.
Developed an Interface to load Requisitions data from flat file to Oracle Purchasing using PL/SQL Packages and Procedures, Validations and SQL*Loader Scripts.
Extensively used API’s in the data conversion process and also in situations where complex business logic needs to be implemented.
Customized standard Invoice on Hold report, Supplier Payment History Report and Aging Report as per the client requirements.
Customized the Order Header and line workflow for lines fulfilment process.
Worked on Customer conversions to import new customer accounts into Oracle Account Receivables.
Developed PL/SQL procedures to load Price list Data (Qualifiers, Modifiers and Price Lists).
Worked with the Oracle support teams and raised TARs to resolve issues.
Create custom reports using XML publisher as requested by users.
Worked on post-production support to debug and resolve issues.
Questions And Answers about ValueLabs
What benefits does ValueLabs offer?
Asked 14 Jan 2022
Answered 8 Dec 2022
Annual leaves are good
Management is good
Answered 17 Nov 2022
How are the working hours at ValueLabs?
Asked 6 Dec 2018
Flexible for most of the projects
Answered 22 Jun 2020
It's crucial to work in valuelabs very late nights
Answered 6 Jun 2019
What are the perks offered by ValueLabs?
Asked 24 Mar 2017
Good interns of monetary benefits.
Answered 16 Dec 2018
Food & Transporting free of cost
Answered 15 Nov 2017
Does ValueLabs require background check? What kind of background check does ValueLabs do and how long does ValueLabs take to complete a background check?
Asked 22 Mar 2017
It's crucial to work in valuelabs very late nights
Answered 6 Jun 2019
Yes, no idea about time of background check.
Answered 24 Mar 2017
What questions did they ask during your interview at ValueLabs?