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How are the career development opportunities at Web Spiders?

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6 November 2018

Pros

Great professional minded people at all levels, producing great work and contributing in his or her own way. All employees work with a focus to serve clients best. The common thought is crucial to making this a great place to work. This is a wonderful place for the young, energetic group with hunger to learn new technologies. Opportunities are boundless in this global company. The different teams in same or different domains are always supporting each other to help grow together. The recruitments or the reviews in the18+ years, are always inclined towards a merit-based approach which makes the foundation of the company strong. Its unique as a company to find solutions to requests from employees, be it on personal or professional ground, without ignoring them completely.

Cons

It will surely help the employees, if they get more clarity to career paths, so each individual employee feels motivated to remain loyal and serve for longer spans. The greatest strength is also its weakness sometimes. In haste to adopt new things and expect outcomes too quickly, the actual objective sometimes stands jeopardised.

Advice to Management

Continue relentlessly to keep the focus on grooming the right skills, focusing on adopting the right technologies.

It will surely help the employees, if they get more clarity to career paths, so each individual employee feels motivated to remain loyal and serve for longer spans.

6 November 2018

Reviewed by: Anonymous in Norway (Current Employee)

4 November 2020

Pros

1. Good Place to Learn. 2. Good lunch / Breakfast

Cons

1. Worst work culture, top management treats employees like stray dogs. 2. Career growth is awful. 3. No Job Security. 4. While on notice period, huge chance you wont get your salary what you expect.

Advice to Management

1. Behave properly with your employees. 2. Try to understand what they need. 3. Try to award your early birds.

2. Career growth is awful.

4 November 2020

Reviewed by: Technical Analyst in Calcutta (Former Employee)

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