Capgemini FAQ

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54 English questions out of 54

18 June 2019

Does Capgemini offer relocation assistance?

Pros

Good to start IT career as a fresher

Cons

No Relocation provides for resources

No Relocation provides for resources

18 June 2019

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30 September 2019

Does Capgemini offer massages?

Pros

1) Awesome Team spirit, kind and nice colleagues 2) Senior Management who cares to listen to employees and grads 3) Work life balance 4) Supportive Reporting Manager and colleagues 5) Fast pace work with flexibility and autonomy 6) Assortment of Drinks (coke and milo) and cookies in pantry 7) F1 pre-party drinks, monthly birthday celebrations, Mon & Wed Fruits Day 8) Monthly 30 mins massages for staff - supporting blind masseuse 9) Chiropractic and Fitness talks organised by HR 10) Excellent medical benefits for staff and immediate family - AXA Panel 11) Capgemini University for learning and development 12) APAC has an online graduate community 400 members - APAC Got Talent ! All of the above are real and true.

Cons

number of annual leave days could be improved

8) Monthly 30 mins massages for staff - supporting blind masseuse

30 September 2019

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26 October 2018

Does Capgemini have a sabbatical or career break policy?

Pros

Work-life balance good Work pressure less

Cons

Low salary Cafeteria food is very bad No Sabbatical leave

Advice to Management

People might want to rejoin after their study break so do keep the Sabbatical leave option open.

No Sabbatical leave

26 October 2018

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10 September 2019

Does Capgemini offer dental insurance?

Pros

Generous medical and dental benefits Hot desking i.e. You could suddenly find out that there was no seat for you after you reached the office and had to be sent to another office at the other end of SG No work to do at all

Cons

Beware of SENIOR management bringing their personal biases to work and affecting your career growth (if any) The graduate program is some kind of a scam. There's no training, only elearning. They're desperate to meet their quota so they keep wanting to hire Singaporeans. Organisation here is a mess. Seeing how many negative reviews there are about the graduate program, whose HEAD has to roll, Capgemini? The management team is mostly made up of Indians, this is a fact, but I hope such a reputable company won't give employees the PERCEPTION that these Indian management staff could bring their personal biases to work.

Advice to Management

Consider counselling or firing that one particular person who is the root of all the negative reviews, because direction has to be given by a SENIOR management staff as the lower level employees have no say. Consider investigating all the negative reviews as most of them faced the same issues in Capgemini Singapore. Does a MNC like this allow a Singapore office to tarnish its reputation just like that?

Generous medical and dental benefits

10 September 2019

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31 July 2019

Does Capgemini offer parental leave?

Pros

Capgemini is very big brand. Any company will love to take you after Capgemini because the brand name will add lots of weight-age to your resume Capgemini do lots of CSR activities which is very good for the society For fresher it a good learning place (at least for 2 years) If you don't have much financial issue stay here for a long time. I am sure you will get good growth if you perform good Few teams get Work from home facility They provide paternity leaves to their employee Capgemini is innovative company but it will not reflect on every place They regularly organize online quiz where any can participate and win prizes If you will stay long you will get chance to go abroad

Cons

The appraisal system sucks in Capgemini. They give hike between 0–7% hike annually. 7% are those guys who are top performer of the company They have a tag line saying “People first” but they don't care about their employee. Capgemini believe that none of their employees get sick so they don't have any sick leaves only 22 paid leave Its IT company but all the operational process work like manual. for example, if you want to submit phone bill by end of the month, first you have to take print out (that also most of the printer will not work), then you have signed on that then you have to scan your signed bill and then upload it to bill claim portal. You have a 3 month notice period which is most of the time non-negotiable. but while joining Capgemini they will expect you to join as soon as possible For most of the process, they expect you to work at least 9.5 hours a day

They provide paternity leaves to their employee

31 July 2019

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