Infosys Jobs & Careers in Plano, TX

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19 days ago

Principal Consultant

Infosys Plano, TX +2 locations

Infosys – Engineering Services – Principal Consultant – Automotive infotainment and Telematics, IOT Are you looking for a change? Do you want to… Percipio Media

16 days ago

Lead Consultant

Infosys Plano, TX +2 locations

Infosys – Digital and Integration Services – Lead Consultant – US (Oracle ATG) Are you looking for a change? Do you want to collaborate with some of… Percipio Media

19 days ago

Principal - Business Consulting

Infosys Plano, TX

• Works with the engagement lead to structure overall consulting engagement solution approaches… Percipio Media

7 days ago

Senior Associate - Business Consulting

Infosys Plano, TX

• Manage, design and implement leading edge, client-specific solutions, including… Percipio Media

11 days ago


Infosys Plano, TX +2 locations

RCLSAP - Senior Consultant - SAP Infosys - Retail Consumer Logistics Unit - Senior Consultant - SAP SD Are you looking for a change? Do you want to… Percipio Media

30+ days ago

Analyst - Business Consulting

Infosys Plano, TX

Wanted: Global Innovators to Help Us Build Tomorrow's Enterprise – Analyst, Management Consulting Services Are you looking for a change? Do you want… Percipio Media

2 days ago

Senior Principal - Business Consulting – new

Infosys Plano, TX

About Us Infosys is a leading provider of next-generation consulting, technology and outsourcing solutions. We are dedicated to helping… Percipio Media

30+ days ago

Technology Lead - Informatica

infosys Irving, TX

· At least 1years of experience in Design and architecture review. · Ability to work in team in diverse/ multiple stakeholder…

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    Turn Back - Indians that don't know US Policies and Law | Will make promises they can't keep

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    Current Employee - Senior Process Executivie in Plano, TX (US)
    Current Employee - Senior Process Executivie in Plano, TX (US)

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    I have been with the company for a year and a half, and the only thing I can think of as a pro is that they overpaid me for what I was doing. I was brought in as one position, but it changed a few months in and the salary stayed the same


    Poor management and Human Resources. This is an Indian run company that does not know US Policies and Employment Law even though they have several HR offices in the US - (Plano TX, Atlanta GA, and Milwaukee WI). Infosys promised to find me a new position if I was removed from a project, and said it was a guaranteed long term thing with the company if I decided to take the job. I took the job, leaving my previous perm position (which was a better job as it turns out). The client decided a year and a half later that they wanted to cut the budget, so I was nixed. I was promised again that Infosys would find me another position within the company. That never happened, and it took nearly a month to get any answers from HR in regards to what was happening. A month after being let go, I am still waiting on my severance package.

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    Don't speak unless you know you are 100% accurate. Teach your Indians US employment law before allowing them to manage in the US. Treat all employees the same. Meaning, if I am late 1 time - make sure all employees are on time. Stop giving preferences to those with no experience. It hurts the company more than you think. Just because they are virgins and can be "taught", doesn't mean they all have the intelligence to make it happen. Also, Saif Mohammed (Plano, TX) - stop giving preferences to those in higher education classes. Their work schedule was chosen before they signed up for those classes. Allowing them to show up an hour late every day, do their homework during lunch, and then leave an hour early every day is 100% unacceptable. Grow a pair of balls, and step up as a manager and tell her that she should be conforming to the same rules and regulations as all other employees.

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