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Work-life balanceWork-life balance at Dimension Data is Everything is good, good job security and work is depend on Project and customer.HR need to improveJob security and advancementIn terms of job security at Dimension Data, I think it is very secure for on role employee and less secure for offrole
effective and competitive environment. workplace culture depend on client environment. Management depend on your own boss. Hardest part is too many competitive engineer. You have to keep yourself upgrade
good for career growth
Not for long term
Overall good experience and culture I feel.salary increment they concern as per the project . They always keep touch with employees if they needed any requirement form the client and they will speak it with client and make it ready for employees.
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I've been part of 3 different teams in Dimension Data (now NTT global), overall the company is good but my current team is little biased based on religion and favour peoples belonging to a particular region of the country.
Opportunities are good to learn.
IJP is little tough.
You can learn about different technologies and products. Work culture is good and management is supportive and cooperative. I have learned and certified different technologies and worked for many customers and handled projects as a SPOC.
Work from home options provide nice flexibility and the company provides excellent PTO time that increases annually. There are lots of technical and sales oriented learning/training resources available to employees who want to excel. Great people in all offices.
Holiday as client wants. No work limit, no didicated time intervals, when you go to the field on work no lunch no time period and no any transportation support by the company. No increment on the behalf of performance.
Depends on work load
Learned various skills. Most of the work is outsourced. Generally take very less people on its payroll. Work culture is good. In terms of travelling allowances and other perks they pay well.
Clients were very demanding.
I enjoyed carrying out the project work, which had me travelling locally to client sites. I was working with remote engineers, some who were in other states/ or even countries, and they were all great to get along with and knowledgeable and helpful. When not carrying out project work, I was in the local office, either preparing for upcoming projects or online training. I was also sent to many vendor training/ and presentations. The other engineers in the office were great to work with, and friendly, so we all frequently spoke to one another while in the office. There are managerial problems, even to the extent where staff members are bullied. Working hours became increasingly long, with many out of hours working weekend. The office is dull, and depressing. Not enough support is offered to the Engineers, not locally in the office anyway. Engineers are overworked and over utilised, with very little appreciation for the work that they do. The office and the work slowly drained the life out of me, and other Engineers! After leaving the company, I had very little confidence left due to the managements feedback to my work (all of which was praised by the Project Managers!). I have spoken to other Engineers while working for this company, and since leaving, who have all experienced the same. This really needs to be reviewed.
Great project work, Latest technology exposure, good salary.
Poor management, bullying, overworked with no appreciation. No work life balance!