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Anonymous shared this review of Wipro, India on Jun 21st, 2021
"There are really good learning opportunities. However, volume of work is very high and the pay hikes are mostly in single digits for most folks."
Anonymous shared this review of Wipro, United States on Apr 23rd, 2021
"The culture is shifting at the top and taking time to impact the front lines. The company's core values are solid and there are efforts to diversify the leadership . "
Anonymous shared this review of Wipro, United States on Nov 16th, 2019
"Man Driven, very few women in leadership and women are spoken to differently."
Anonymous shared this review of Wipro on Dec 28th, 2018
"Great place to work and healthy environment. Policies are good."
Anonymous shared this review of Wipro on Jan 12th, 2018
"In the past 5 years that I have been here, I have never come across a case of gender discrimination. We're a client facing company, thus, spending substantial number of hours (as per policy) is mandatory, the company makes things flexible wherever possible."
"Equal roles for women. Diverse workforce. Flexible timings, the downside of which is early morning or late night calls and occasional work on weekends"
"Your band (or level) is key to how you can expect to be treated. Too low - don't expect much. Being billable is crucial - be non-billable too long expect a form email to arrive giving you 3 weeks to find a position with a client or you are gone - out of a job. (You might be saved if your skills are unique.) Oh and don't expect any help from Wipro either if that happens - no severance. Senior management is dominated by men from India in every single country they are located. I never met a senior female executive (very, very few) who wasn't from India. Mid-management - yes there are women from other countries. I have no idea if pay is equal between men and women. I would tell any friend of mine to run in the opposite direction if they were considering working there. But maybe you would have better luck."
"I've worked here for a little over a year and a half. This is an Indian company and the company's headquarters are in Bangalore where women are treated very differently. I have felt this cultural difference on many occasions. The entire leadership team is comprised of men. Many women do not have managerial roles with this company. I have not seen any women be promoted over a man."