Why do you feel undervalued and what would make you feel better about your compensation?
Salary is not on industry level
Posted 20 days ago
Company is paying very less than market
Posted a month ago
It not fair salary and employee do not care about company
The work load and time is not justified for the compensation.
Review from Design Dept
Increase the compensation to market levels
Salary at par with other employees.
Poor Compensation below market Standards.
The system does not inculcate culture of trust and respect
Normalisation should be done to today's standard of living
you are working hard for the client, getting the contract again and again but no motivation from the team or executives. no salary raise.
They lied to me, saying they value people and me. I saw others treated dreadfully. Foer example, one person was deported back to India when their manager and leadership did not help him keep working in the US. He was treated like human cattle.
The compensation is quite low
Compensation tied to "upskilling" efforts and initiatives. Being able to actually utilize the PTO which is "offered" to employees.
Because they treat their employees like slaves while i joined the project they didnt even give me the proper access which i need to work for and they expect to work quickly i feel like i am wasting my career
Increased pay would be a great syart
Open compensation policies and pay equity
LTD benefits are horrible, the Hartford does whatever they can to not pay LTD benefits.
Being compensated at par with industry is a good start
Market assessment and skill normalisation should be done regularly
254 employees at Infosys score their wages and compensation a D- on average. As a testament to this, when employees are asked “Do you believe you're paid fairly?”, 40% say Yes. The Product department is the most satisfied with their compensation, ranking it 68/100, a full 28 pts above the Design department. If you want detailed data about Infosys' wages, see the <a href="https://www.comparably.com/companies/infosys/salaries">wage breakdown by department, job titles, locations, and more.</a>