At Dell, we understand that giving our team members the best professional experience means understanding the unique attributes of each region and its culture. Nothing reflects this more than our benefits packages, which are tailored to suit the needs of our team members in the countries where they live and work.
Referral Bonus Program
Good in all ways... I am lucky to work here.
Dell Employees get the hike but EMC employees hardly get any hike (for the last 2-3 years) as their pay was much higher (up to 40%) when compared to Dell employees. What Dell does not understand is the skill set, latest tech, the kind of tech knowledge and experience and the university these people in EMC come from. EMC employees are targeted by Dell managers without looking into their technical skills. Skills and work do not matter, what matters is how happy can you keep your manager, is all matters. Same applied to hike and pay.
There was not much relaxation in sutta breaks, they dint give us samosa and it was a nightmare There should be bed and food also. This is not a good life.
Everything is good. There is nothing bad to enter. Only suggestion is that the stipend amount can be increased a little more considering the cost of living in Bangalore.
Very Employee friendly environment and culture
Best is the inclusion of PPF in the benefit plan as previously EMC dint have the option . Bad part of the merger is the change in the medical benefit plan
Facilities are good . Management shows much priority towards the well being of the employees. There are many schemes of tax reduction and medical related which are quite beneficial
Not many perks you can expect in Dell. Otherwise a flexible company for IT and IT related roles
No insurance for parents, pay from your pocket to enroll them. No food coupons , no transport facilities. No work from home options
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List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.