BNP Paribas Employee Reviews for Software Engineer
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Working at BNP Paribas is awesome. If projects are good then you will likely going to learn new things. Even some managers are quite helpful and friendly. For fun activities, we have a collaboration team which schedules amazing events every month. Overall, it is great company to work with.
BNP Paribas is a very well known name in European markets and now it's expanding its footprints in emerging market as well. The company is good for its employee focused policies. salary is good but other benefits like medical insurance & accidental insurance are good. Lunch is subsidized for employees.
Good HR benefits, subsidized food
Salary component could be higher
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Have learned many things working at BNP Paribas.How to tackle problems and come up with some solution. And if you are stuck in your work, you can reach out to your managers for help. So a great place o work n learn.
BNP culture and facilities
BNP Paribas ISPL is well organized company. This company understands the need of an employee, facilities provided are good. Management is really good and work life balance is well maintained. Most enjoyable part of the job is work culture of the company which is very free. There are many events, seminars and training are organized to improve your knowledge.
salary growth is good but not very good
This company has all you need Work Life Balance. There might be less onsite opportunities but there are many teams who have an average of 3-4 members per year traveling outside. Relaxed company and hence give your work life balance.
Work Life Balance
Overall good experience for me to work for last 2.5 years with good worklife balance. However there us very less scope for technical advancement as it uses very old technologies.
Healthy worklife balance
No technical and functional advancement