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I have been working at Infosys full-time (Less than a year)
Infosys is a company that truly values its veterans. I wasn’t sure what to expect when I applied through LinkedIn for my current position as a campus recruiter. They saw that I was older than the other candidates. Despite that, they didn’t discriminate and made me feel valued for what I could bring to the company. They saw that I was trained in different software during my time in the military and wanted to see me grow. I wanted to grow, too. I had offers at five other companies at the time, but I took the one at Infosys because of their commitment to giving back to the community; to helping servicemen and women get back to civilian life.
Technology is all around us and it’s ever-changing. What we do here at Infosys literally shapes our future. At Infosys, candidates will learn 20 different technologies and be exposed to 10 different market segments, not to mention endless opportunities to grow in your career. Infosys is a place where veterans can cultivate and enhance the leadership qualities they’ve gained in the military. We recognize the hard work veterans have put in for our country. We know what they’re capable of and that they can handle the challenging projects here. They have what it takes to make a difference for our clients and charge forward with what’s next in tech.
None that I can think of.
Advice to Management
Keep up the good work in providing opportunities to Military Veterans.
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I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Infosys (Basking Ridge, NJ (US)).
It was a drive at Basking Ridge, NJ and many students came there for different positions. It was a waste of time. There was no proper interview process. There were not enough people to take the interview. They didn't know what they were hiring for and what they required. There was one random lady who interviewed me and I gave all the answers and she was impressed. She went outside for 15 minutes and I could hear her talking to someone on the phone. I don't know what that person told her. She told me to leave and said you will receive an E-mail. I got a reject after 2 days. I really didn't understand what happened. It was a complete waste of time and money. Also, maximum people they were hiring were south Indians.