Workes as a Senior Associate with Genpact - who is a global service provider for business processes and operations. The client which I was working for was General Electric (GE) client, who operates and specialized in diverse industrial fields ranging from aviation, healthcare to oil & gas sectors. As an Oracle Consultant I was responsible for implementing, developing, testing end-to-end business processes and suggesting improvements through analytics and business intelligence.
Productive and good working environment, very helpful management
Back office (Former Employee) – Gurugaon – June 17, 2019
Only 5 dat working sat and sun fixed off for everyone Cab facility They do not provide meal facility and you have to manage Salary is good There is a lot of chance to increment and promotion Fixed 8 hours working 1 hours break Friendly management You can learn lot of thing from your seniors There is a lot of festival that genpact celebrates like diwali crismus and new year and holi You can take two off in a month
Best place to work, nice people and great learnings
OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR (Former Employee) – India – June 3, 2019
Genpact is an immense organisation with so many training and learning attitude. The latest technology, digital automation makes this company bright. I always love to be a part of this company due to it's work culture. job satisfaction is there. I up skilled myself into different roles and responsibilities. Some clients offers for ojt as well, however in my case. It is not there. I also like the IJP policy.
Financial Analyst (Former Employee) – Hyderabad, India – May 22, 2019
I have learnt many things in Genpact like i was part of Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable Department. The Work Place is good. our Managers are very Supportive. And we as an Associates always work together and if any problem or issues it will be sorted by our team members
Genpact is a great place to work and Learn. Company focuses a lot on learning. Also work life balance is something everyone likes in the company. Just monetary benefits are really less according to industry