Ivy Exec
49 W38th Street, Floor 12A New York NY 10016
Customer Support 1 (888) 551-3444 Toll Free
Customer Support (212) 431-3969
Elena Bajic
2006

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Recommend to a friend

63%

Say this is a great place to work

57%

Proud to have on resume

72%

Most Helpful Positive Review

Current employee - Analyst / Associate

Getting in is easy but growing in the company is difficult. Can be used as a boost for salary if someone possesses a green card or is a US Citizen

Most Helpful Critical Review

Former employee - Manager / Senior Manager

Infosys lacks direction, and is stuck at a crossroads as to the future of IT Services. Support will be very very limited, and there will be major strategy adjustments every 3-6 months.

Former employee - Principal/VP/Director

Skilled employees and good work ethics make this a good place to work. Drawback is reliance on offshore for HR / Senior Mgmt involvement.

Former employee - Principal/VP/Director

Deep talent pool, customer first attitude, good team collaboration.

Former employee - Principal/VP/Director

Infosys has highly skilled employees and high customer satisfaction.

Current employee - Manager

Infosys work culture is not well defined.

Current employee - Manager

Poor market reputation.

Former employee - Principal/VP/Director

Culture is disrespectful of personal time. Ill mannerisms and lack of American or western culture.

Former employee - Principal/VP/Director

The culture used to very good. But with acquisitions there is a lot of cronyism going on. People who don't or won't participate in practice politics get side lined, no matter how good their job delivery.

Former employee - Principal/VP/Director

Most serious and senior members left when the culture took a shift towards flattering your way up.

Current employee - Analyst / Associate

HR policies and salary structure needs to be more clear and fair

Current employee - Analyst / Associate

A company that has an Indian mentality and needs to better consider employee needs.

Current employee - Analyst / Associate

Would change the company rules for H1B extensions and faster processing of visas

Current employee - Analyst / Associate

Getting in is easy but growing in the company is difficult. Can be used as a boost for salary if someone possesses a green card or is a US Citizen

Current employee - Analyst / Associate

Bureaucratic culture is encouraging a lot of politics.

Former employee - Manager / Senior Manager

Wish I could change the politics in play there.

Former employee - Manager / Senior Manager

The multiple layers of bureaucracy, average pay levels, inability to provide adequate delivery capacity. That's what I would change.

Former employee - Manager / Senior Manager

Infosys lacks direction, and is stuck at a crossroads as to the future of IT Services. Support will be very very limited, and there will be major strategy adjustments every 3-6 months.

Former employee - Manager / Senior Manager

Would suggest a change in growth policies.

Current employee - Manager / Senior Manager

The company pays well enough here in the US; however, there seems to be some discrimination against those who are 'on shore' (in the US) vs 'off shore' (in India) with respects to available training. If you are in India, you can get all the training you want. If you are in the US, you have to fight for every dollar of training and most times, if you want training, you have to pay for it yourself - non-reimbursed - and just write it off your taxes at the end of the year. The same thing goes for professional events such as Knowledge '16 for ServiceNow. ALL the people who went on the company dime were people who were Indian, most flew from India. Those who were American had to pay their own way if they chose to go.

Current employee - Manager / Senior Manager

Slow, negative, difficult to navigate company culture. Priority is always revenue, never employee benefit.