yes sir atmosphere worst policy
superior satisfaction no rule for salary rise
same qualification and same experience instead of 10/15 % variation it is more than 100% variation
very poor experience technically after even 10 years your market value no increase only big company name and bad culture of l+1 satisfaction
if you have nature to tune on your superior opinion then only okay
only no of hrs counted not smart work or amount of work
other than starting salary future rise has no correct rise
not only bad but worst way of measurement of your performance
it is worst very bad policy to rise annul increase salary of same qualification and same experience any thing really worst policy no base
self confidence man who does not like go on praising l+1 worst working atmosphere
really bad working culture only good point is big company name secured job
being home product manufacturing your job is routine you are doing same work of mukadum no gain of knowledge
for good experience do not join only for goods attractive opening package
after 10 years if you are not of nature yes boss and not ready working for long hrs you future is worst
As an intern, I got to learn a lot. My team mates were knowledgeable, supportive, knew what they were doing, were goals-driven and always helped clear my doubts. My personality developed drastically. I was assigned tasks whose criticality would be a little over what a normal intern would be assigned for eg. my project required me to research and negotiate with the new suppliers on a regular basis and know if our needs are met. Working with the final selected suppliers was fun. This taught me how to communicate with suppliers in the corporate world, both personally and over mails. Overall it was a great experience.
Month ends are a bit hectic. Working half Saturdays would be decent, but in fact, you only got Sundays for yourself. Timings are strict for interns, ten seconds late in swiping your id and you come under "not-so-punctual" category.
My work was an exciting one. I had the opportunity to develop my personality, the way I communicate in the corporate world, learn new things, new technology, meet people from different backgrounds. It was all in all a wonderful experience.
Working in Godrej is like working for Government. So you can expect not much work pressure and enjoy job security. However, giving in this environment, there is a tendency to become incompetent and relaxed because it doesn't hamper your job stability. So guys, if you seek for an organization that gives you a competitive edge in learning and delivering then this may not be an organization you wish to work and grow. Just like the govt. orgn. you have housing facility. which is in the vicinity of your organization.
HR Policy is extremely biased and discrimination is at its epitome. There is a difference in basic policies like attendance, leave, medical benefits, etc. Everything is linked as per the position you work in. So overall you do not feel unified with the organization. You sense a colonial way of managing employees which is not cool. The middle & senior management lacks mentoring their subordinates which results in many operational employees remaining stagnant in their job profile, job rotation, etc.
My work is a typical desk job. Doesn't involve traveling either.
As a fresher trainee i came to learn many things in this company. The best team work, superior guidance , an excellent learning and working environment . These all things have given me a better working experience, also it helped me to keep my work-life balance. They always give priority to take initiative while adopting new technologies and this is the thing that has made me fall in love with their working culture.
The only thing that I dislike in godrej is the hectic shift schedules and no working time limit in work pressures. Some time employees have to work even for 12-14 hrs instead of 8 hrs as their regular shift. Along with this they always evaluate performance of a team instead of evaluating individual's personal abilities that they really posses. Somewhere this thing makes a little slower growth of person in the company.
There is sense of job security. Owners are very concerned for their employees.
Laid back approach and ineffective HR. Poor Work-life balance as six days working, sometimes Sunday is also working though one is compensated with a leave but with lot of riders. Lack of clarity in going forward. Always keep on checking what competition is doing before coming to conclusions. There's is hardly any steps towards skill enhancement of workforce. Many of employees working beyond 20years are liability as compared to new talent. Too much concerned for documentation due to audit fear.
Working in my department is challenging due to issues with newly introduced but ineffective ERP. Every now and then new KRAs are added without any additional support.
Working here with Godrej is like working in a family and people would cherish working with Godrej because of its culture and humanistic values, which have been built by the promoters. This has even been stated by People, who have left Godrej about two-three decades back and have been working with MNCs and other Organisations in US and other places.
Having worked for about 44 years (joined March, 1973 - not 1975 as there was no year beyond in your field), you can imagine what I would dislike - till last working with enthusiasm and commitment - without any much expectations.
It all depends on Individual - working hours: Initially, it was 5 day week - 36.75 hours/week 1973-85 with many publilc holidays; later 45 hours - 1997 with NI Holidays; 48 hours /week with Public Holidays under Factories Act - your point is restricted
The work pressure is very high. Sometimes, I have to work 14-18 hours straight in a day as I have to attend client calls in the evening and sometimes late into the night. Managers do not value an individuals’ unique strengths, which is why I have to take back my suggestions most of the times. I do receive appreciation emails from my client, but they mostly go unnoticed during my mid-year appraisals. Also, there is no on-job training for freshers, hence senior folks like me have to guide them step-by-step, which is a pain sometimes.
Generally speaking, my work is slightly challenging as I have to look after the entireand distribution life cycle as well as manage day-to-day yield operations.As long as I get to work closely with the client, it will be a great learning experience.
It is a company to retire from. If you are not too ambitious, this is the place to be.
The company helps no growth
There are a bunch of people in the inner circle and they are the ones who have joined the company many years back. Only inner circle can grow.
No learning opportunities except for a few chosen ones. The company gives a lot of importance to values, but it is only followed on paper. The company has stay quarters in Mumbai, again given to the ones with face value and not on the wait list. The owners are keen to take the company much forward, but are stuck with a top management that is only trying to extract more money. The rich get richer here if you know the tricks.
Godrej is dynamic company, with dynamic and best products and best quality and badked by best service support and good support to from company to internal and external customers. Working life comparing to local companies its very good
all staff members and superiors are almost cooperative, company provide training with learning for development, as you prove your self capable there is promotion in pay , perks and positiion Working life and enviornments is good
I was warehouse in charge for the branch. Work was enjoyable there us work pressure until and unless you create its littler challenging
as variety of products and customer you have respond nearly 60-70 phone callas m
The company is open to innovation and readily adopts latest technology. I love the fact that i am a part of order booking team. Another plus point is that my colleagues come form various cultural background and we work in collaboration.
compensation is decent, but growth is slow. The work pressure is very high. sometimes i have to work 12 to 14 hrs straight in a day.
1) Hands on practice on Infor Product Life Cycle Management system (PLM) solution for generating item codes.2) Hands on practice on BAAN ERP systems. 3)Booking sales orders and WH orders in LN. 4) coordinate with various team such as plant, warehouse team