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C# Software Engineer (Former Employee) - Remote - October 18, 2019
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Pros: * Good pay - the one thing i enjoyed the most * Purely remote - All advantages of working from home! * Good manager - my manager was very kind, but not all managers. Helpful and professional. Cons: * Purely remote - i loved this in the beginning but started to hate after a while. Affected the personality and social interaction. Some health issues as well. * Too much target - 8 hours (excluding break, lunch, short pauses) won't be sufficient. And the worst part is, target will be increased every quarter. i don't know much about other teams, but in my team everybody including our manager raised concerns to senior management and it didn't go well. * Stress - Throughout the year, all that ran through my mind was target. Even during holidays I wasn't peaceful * Poor work life balance - Obvious * No learning - All i learnt were unit testing, coding standards and refactoring * No allowable leave/holidays - all leaves taken will be loss of pay
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