BNP Paribas Pay & Benefits reviews
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Good Company for freshers but poorly paid, four lakh per Annum for four years experience. The transport allowances they gave around 5 lakh per Annum was removed during COVID time.
Good For Freshers
Good Company for freshers as well as for long term as there is Job Security and decent growth based on performance. In term of pay it is not the best in the Industry, you may wanna look out only for better Salary nothing else. There is politics to some extent which is not harmful.
Job security, Decent Growth, Healthy Environment
The company needs to improve in terms of work-life balance and provide employees with motivating factors. They also need better compensation package for the employees in order to retain their employees. It is also found to be difficult to grow with in the company and most of the time employees get stuck on the same project which creates monotony among the employees.
BNP is a good company and pay you well but it all comes down what kind of project you are working in. The work-life balance is poor and the management don't consider this can be a leaving criteria for an employee. I won't recommend a fresher working in it as the technology used are outdated.
Lunches are affordable, Other Benefits
work-life balance, not a learning opportunity
You can learn things better and gain experience. But I suggest do not continue to stay longer as they do not pay you at par with industry standards. Your job will be a secured one . But over a period of time you will feel the frustration when you see your salary hike at the year end. This will continue year on year. You can expect promotions as per your performance based on that your roles & responsibilities will increase, but not your salary. They will give you what ever position you need, what ever roles , designation you need , but not the salary you need.
Good place for fresher's to start their career as they would get direct Client focus. Friendly management which will mould yourself in the corporate. Since we deal directly with Client, we get more transparency towards their expectations.
More benefits for female employee's
Nothing in my two years experience with the organization
Good company with great level of CSR activities and programs. Good people and talented minds to work with. Salary and benefits on par with industry. Infrastructure is good and lively.
Long hours and less opportunity.
Experienced personnel looking to settle down can join BNP PARIBAS would get good work life balance, but if you want growth then better look out as you don't get good perks and benefits... If you are working in Chennai and Wish to transfer to Mumbai they will not give you a single penny allowance nor any hike in your current CTC, they are heavily concerned on cost cutting and are hiring more Bcom graduate freshers to replace seniors in the team.
Work life balance
Pros They respect the employees, Stability is there, Opportunity are there depending on requirements Cons Salary is the major issue as it is slow in growth, System which they use are all legacy ones Advice to Management Increase the salary as valuable employees will not change job