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- Capgemini scored higher in 4 areas: Career Opportunities, Work-life balance, % Recommend to a friend and Positive Business Outlook.
- Quick Release scored higher in 3 areas: Overall Rating, Senior Management and Culture & Values.
- Both tied in 2 areas: Compensation & Benefits and CEO Approval.
What Employees Say
- "Good work culture" was the most mentioned Pro at Capgemini.
- "Qr" was the most mentioned Pro at Quick Release.
- "Salary hike" was the most mentioned Con at Capgemini.
- "Qr" was the most mentioned Con at Quick Release.
I have been working at Capgemini part-time for more than 8 years
I have worked for Capgemini for almost 10 years now and have been lucky enough to have moved around the business in some great roles. The main plus point about Capgemini is that if you want to... develop then there are lots of opportunities to be able to do this. There has recently been a huge investment with a brand new training platform which is intuitive, makes learning easy and sociable - exactly what we need in the world right now. I personally have found that Capgemini have adapted so well to the new world that we are now living in and the organisation has been so flexible with me. Working part time during lockdown with 2 children has been very challenging but I cannot fault the support I have received during this time. The opportunities are endless and its all about networking and owning your own career. What you put into your role here you certainly get out and if you want to progress your career, learn and develop it’s a great place to be.
There are lots of systems that are used which can mean you have to log into several applications. Having said that there is work going on to change some of this and you get used to it very quickly.
Advice to Management
Continue to help your employees learn and develop and you will continue to get the best out of them.
I have been working at Quick Release full-time
Small enough that you can have decently meaningful impacts that shape how things are done while relatively young / junior compared to bigger name alternatives. Genuinely a leader in the PDM field..., and acknowledged as such by other companies and industry bodies (always nice to hear!) Opportunities for travel, both regional and international - fun to see different teams and clients in their cultural contexts, good on the CV and you can usually add a few days for yourself. Very supportive and approachable team - both at practitioner and senior management level - if you want / need something and make a reasoned case for it, the chances are it will be approved or arrangements made. Minor queries are usually addressed in mins rather than hours.
Things are run lean, so there's a lot of non-core work to plough through, all taking time. Pay and benefits are fair but not industry leading - a question of personal priorities against the pros... above.