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Cognizant Technology Solutions Employee Reviews in Bridgewater, NJ

Not much of growth prospects. Be careful on which team you join!!
Sr. Manager - ERP (Current Employee) –  Bridgewater, NJ – March 7, 2018
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Movement from one technology to another is next to impossible.
Billable role most important, not employee career
Stay away unless you really get what you expect..
Senior Analyst (Current Employee) –  Bridgewater, NJ – December 10, 2017
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Cognizant is great place to work and build career. They provides all the benefit like 401K etc.
People here are very helpful and supportive. They provide e-learning portal where you can learn and grow yourself.
BI Solution Architect (Current Employee) –  Bridgewater, NJ – October 17, 2017
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Flexible work timing and good work life balance but comes at the cost of slow growth opportunities. Decent benefits, compensation, 401k, insurance and leave.
Good learning but less recognition
Senior Consultant (Current Employee) –  Bridgewater, NJ – October 12, 2017
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Worked with Cognizant for more than7 years, The company does provide good benefits, bonuses, decent 401K when compared to its peers and it does provide a good learning experience.

Still into a IT services and testing mentality, not a consulting firm.
Poor job recognition
Promotions and salary revisions not best in industry
Lack of transparency during promotions and hiring in terms of job designation
Poor management, Promotions and salary revisions not best in industry
Oracle DBA (Current Employee) –  Bridgewater, NJ – September 23, 2017
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Good organization to work. Also offers good scope for learning through project works and other internal certification program. Work life balance is good.
Indian Company with Indian Ideals
Engagement Manager (Current Employee) –  Bridgewater, NJ – August 30, 2017
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Not a good company to work for as an American. Horrible culture. Company expects you to move across country after each assignment. Co-workers will not speak in English in front of you.
Benefits are good. Great vision plan
Horrible culture, company expects you to move across country after each assignment
Not much structure for entry level positions
Associate (Current Employee) –  Bridgewater, NJ – July 11, 2017
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There is good flexibility with work, but not much structure for entry level Associates. Communication of expectations and roles should be better explained by management, and new hires could be incorporated into the company culture better.
Work From Home, Salary, Flexibility
Ad-hoc relocation, lack of structure

42.003 Cognizant Federal agency.

(a) For contractors other than educational institutions and nonprofit organizations, the cognizant Federal agency normally will be the agency with the largest dollar amount of negotiated contracts, including options. For educational institutions (defined as institutions of higher education in the OMB Uniform Guidance at 2 CFR part 200, subpart A, and 20 U.S.C. 1001) and nonprofit organizations (as defined in the OMB Uniform Guidance at 2 CFR part 200), the cognizant Federal agency for indirect costs is established according to the OMB Uniform Guidance at 2 CFR part 200, appendices III and IV, respectively.

(b) Once a Federal agency assumes cognizance for a contractor, it should remain cognizant for at least 5 years to ensure continuity and ease of administration. If, at the end of the 5-year period, another agency has the largest dollar amount of negotiated contracts, including options, the two agencies shall coordinate and determine which will assume cognizance. However, if circumstances warrant it and the affected agencies agree, cognizance may transfer prior to the expiration of the 5-year period.

[ 63 FR 9062, Feb. 23, 1998, as amended at 81 FR 45853, July 14, 2016]

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