"I work here since 2018. and almost 2 years. It is a good company, but I think it is a good time for me to head up, and walk forward to my next target."
"Good company. Good teams, interesting projects."
"Since 1993, EPAM relied on our Engineering DNA to underpin our work with clients, leading to major innovations, digital transformations, and business results. In that time, EPAM have expanded geographically, as well as extended our core engineering capabilities to include business consulting, design and physical product development. EPAM have been at the forefront of some of the most exciting technology-led transformations in the industry, and our story continues into today’s modern age of agile delivery, big data, machine learning and AI."
"Happy with the work environment, the real problem comes from being a bit unorganized at the top and keeping up with the growth. Therefore, there is no clear path for promotion and constant restructuring"
"i would prefer to skip review"
"i would rather skip this section"
"It was an interesting experiencing working at Google as they have many amenities, however they are very demanding on their deliverables. It is a very fast paced environment and you must be able to adapt quickly. You must have a strong attention to detail and able to analyze & explain data at the drop of a hat. Overall the experience was great but could have been better on the communication within the team heirarchy."
"please do research by yourself, so that you can derive your own opinion. in my opinion Self judgement is the best, rather than relying in other's opinion."
"Best company on this planet!"
"Can't rate - as i don't work at this organization."
"I worked for EPAM Systems in 2019 as a part of their internship program. It was a great learning opportunity and I gained a lot of skills and experience."
"Worked in Epam for a while"
"its a great place to learn new things and enhance your experience."
"Epam is an out-source company that focuses on the client, profit, and revenue, but rarely on the employees. Salaries are mostly below the market average, which, to an extent, they compensate with a competitive benefits package. It would empower an employee only when it presents an opportunity to sell that employee's services at a higher price. Otherwise, this would mean paying a higher salary and is generally obstructed. Also, the company would always prioritize relocating an employee over giving them remote opportunities."
"I've worked with EPAM for one year. it is a very good company and there are very good people in there. unfortunately, I have a bad experience with the client. but in general, is a very good company they really care about their employees"
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