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Rank 18 - Keane Worldzen: In Troubled Water

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DQI Bureau
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Keane Worldzen, a new entrant in the survey, has seen a

negative response from most of the respondents on the image and culture front.

However, apprisal and compensation employees express a fair degree of

satisfaction on. In fact, Keane Worldzen conducts regular salary benchmark

studies in association with Mercer to ensure that they are able to match

compensation with industry average.

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Training is another area in which Keane fares miserably.

Respondents expressed dissatisfaction over the quality of training and the

relevance of that towards their growth.

RANK



18

Keane

Worldzen

There has been quite a turmoil at Keane's top order with

Brian T Keane having to resign over an allegation of sexual harassment. Besides,

there has been lot of noise about the future of Keane's India operations with

the dismissal of the president of North American Services and Global Business

Lines, Richard S Garnick, on September 29. Any bad press always has a negative

impact on employee motivation and the same cannot be ruled out in case of Keane

Worldzen as well.

No wonder then, overall only 3.4% of the company respondents named it as

their dream company. Obviously, most HR initiatives of the company have not gone

down too well with the team.

Likely reasons for

leaving

Score

Rank

Salary

30.9

12

No growth opportunity

28.4

8

Transportation

25.9

2

Reasons for stress at

work

Score

Rank

Work load

38.3

4

Insufficient holidays

37.0

4

Long working hours

34.6

5

Note:

For score and rank lower is better

Strength:

Fair amount of satisfaction on

compensation



Weakness: Weak

on company culture and training

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