Overall Company Rating
3.4 of 5 stars (88 Ratings)

Rating Breakdown

5 Stars (11)
4 Stars (36)
3 Stars (27)
2 Stars (10)
1 Star (4)
Displaying 1-star reviews Show all reviews
Work at Capgemini? Submit a Review
< Click Stars to Rate
  • < Click Stars to Rate
  • < Very Dissatisfied
  • < Dissatisfied
  • < Netural
  • < Satisfied
  • < Very Satisfied
Start Your Review ...

Want to Review a Different Company?


Submit a Review and Get 7 FREE DAYS of Vault Gold

Displaying 1-4 of 4 Employee Reviews

Sorted by:

Terrible place for women

1.0 of 5 stars

January 2017 | FORMER EMPLOYEE

Uppers

If you like working at a company that restructures every six months then this is the place for you!

Downers

Company is French so women are not valued in the workforce and not given opportunities to advance. There are very few if any sr female leaders.
The company sells products that don't exist n expects employees to develop them on the fly
They don't invest in infrastructure or product development
Poor pay equity to market and even worse for women
Unless you are in sales then you get no recognition for contribution
They don't advertise in North America
Strategy is to move all work to rightshore. That means your job is constantly at risk
No good leadership or strategy, it changes every six months

Comments

Don't work for this company, especially if you want a career as a female executive

Worst company ever worked...Frequent lay off...Use and throw employees

1.0 of 5 stars

January 2017 | FORMER EMPLOYEE

Uppers

Better pay, Medical and 401K. I can't think anything else.

Downers

Frequent lay off...Lay off twice a year...Does not help in your career to grow.

Comments

Worst company ever worked...
1) Frequent lay off...After every project or twice a year.
2) Should be last option for people on work permit visa (H1B), because of frequent lay off...this will impact visa status.
3) No career growth. Rare training opportunity...Can't change department even though projects are not available.
4) Force employees to travel every week at client location.
5) High Stress to complete project in short duration, so company can earn huge profit.
6) Very less annual bonus.
7) Resource manager are least bothered to find and allocate project. Finally employees are laid off.
8) Employees are least important, they ask employees to do whatever client ask to do, even though it's out of scope, and without willingness of employees to do, this really demotivate people.
9) Employees on bench, are treated as Garbage, and make them work on documentation instead of training them on new skills.
10) Poor promotion policy.

Experienced in IT Operations & Implementation

1.4 of 5 stars

Chicago, IL | 2013 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Uppers

People

Downers

Career Development, Promotion policies and compensation

Experienced in Strategy

0.7 of 5 stars

Los Angeles, CA | 2011 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Downers

Almost all of what you are told by the recruiters are lies. You will be asked to work more hours than you can imagine working to the point where you may sleep in your car from fatigue. You will be asked to drive or travel incredibly distances to show up to understaffed projects. Clients hate your guts because they are stuck with your offshore services. Then you will be given meadioacre reviews by individuals who have never seen your work product so that they don't have to give you a promotion and only a fraction of the bonus plan. If you think you are special this firm will quickly make sure that you are rated in the average band. Training is non existent.

Comments

This firm has a churn and burn philosophy with respect to employees. Staffing models are approved with out comparing against previous implementations. Consultants are staffed to work a min. of 10-12 hr. days without considering travel demands or personal time. Projects are often staffed with individuals who do not have the experience required creating additional demands on those with any experience.