Good for people who like stability, not for the ones with aspirations
IT Support Analyst (Derzeitiger Mitarbeiter) – Bengaluru, Karnataka – 4. September 2019
Worked in the support environment for 1.5 years, a typical day at work is getting roasted by tasks for 10 working hours straight (obviously excluding the 1 hour + break). Now of course the nature of tasks I performed on the daily basis were repetitive, which is not company's fault but what the job role required.
Workplace culture is fine, everyone seems approachable at first but later you'll realize how much politics driven the whole working environment is. This is even more significant when you are trying to switch the roles internally / seek promotion.
Salary is pretty weak, which is still okay as it would not be significantly better elsewhere but what makes the major difference are the incentives, or the lack of it. Forget that you will be rewarded for your hard work or extra work and time put in by you.
Could go into bit more detail but I don't see the point, overall I had a pretty underwhelming experience...but it could be different for you or someone else. Anyways, life moves on and so do people working in corporate. Hopefully I would never have to work here again in the future.