I have been working at Capgemini full-time (More than 3 years)
-Great work life balance
-Great platform for graduates and fast track development
-Young vibe around the office
-Technical people are not rewarded as much as functional (worked in my favour but against some other grads)
-Like any company several slow middle managers set in their ways
-Because of the great culture, its easy to get complacent and to go into cruise mode
-Development and certs - cut into personal time if you're on project
-Some service lines have aggressive KPIs for billing times on client site (not hitting KPIs isn't an issue if you have good support and doing good things)
-Some gigs are more augmented vs delivery. This means some people can get stuck at long slow engagements (Typically only SAP/Testing - other service lines usually have short/exciting/greenfield projects)
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Capgemini (Melbourne).
Number of interviews: three. First one was a general interview with practice manager. Second one was with peers (very senior consultants) based on a case study question. Third one was with HR about salary etc.
I gave my initial expectations of salary $120k. I was offered salary at $110K.
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