Happiest Minds Technologies Work-Life Balance reviews
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Overall a good experience. Management seemed cool. Had typical 9 hr sitting mandatory. Some activities day to day like meditation etc. Work wise typical service based company, you are dog to client. Though ample support is provided, but then again, it is service based. You can try transcending to other domains like Business Analyst. Onsite opportunities are there, but mostly US, so shrinking. They have twice hikes, so good for joiners who join midway.
9 hr. sitting
Great place to learn & work. Induction training is more positive and make you feel vibrant. People are so friendly and professional; They value your smiles. Especially the assimilation program trainers are all good souls. They help you to grow personally and professionally
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I am working as a Linux system admin at happiest mind technology since 3 yrs, but my contract period is going to finish on next month so I am looking forward to join another company for my career growth as well as my professional growth
Everything is good
Work life balance is good - Mandatory office hours and flexible hours You get opportunities to learn and experiment with new techonologies Senior management is quite mature with excellent long term vision. Workplace culture is ok. There is some level of politics among various groups formed because of various acquisitions.
Focus on health, new learning opportunities
Being a startup when I joined, this company has offered me lot of learning opportunities in technical and business strategy, customer acquisition, people building. The atmosphere to learn is amazing and there is freedom to explore new technologies. One can have a really good career enhancement to a certain point. However, the current thought process may result in this company's growth tapering as the risk appetite in reducing with focus on profitability rather than revenue growth.
Work Life Balance, Open Culture
Isolated instances of politics, lack of bigger platform and investment apetite