Semantic Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Semantics (from Ancient Greek: σημαντικός sēmantikós, "significant") is the study of meaning. The term can be used to refer to subfields of several distinct disciplines including linguistics, philosophy, and computer science.
Lead (Former Employee) says"Buy it - Grow it - break it and sell it, has been the forte of this CEO for long, but with this particular organization, he changed his plan. Semanticspace usurped two other reputed technological service providers and consolidated itself by riding the wave of its subsidiaries’ reputation. Cons: Cheap and petty management"
Senior Consultant - Rakbank Online Banking (Former Employee) says"Good Company for beginners"
Software Engineer (Current Employee) says"Opportunities are immense here. Job security is guaranteed. Freshers may not like this place as the salary is way below par, but people with experience are given due share. Management is good and a typical day at work would revolve around working for 9-10 hrs."
Linux administrator (Former Employee) says"This is the place where I had worked to my full and learned many things from here, got to know about the team, management etc. overall it was a nice experience."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at Semantic Research full-time for more than a year Cons: The management needs to change. Very little loyalty to employees and sets them up for failure."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at Semantic Research full-time for more than 5 years Cons: They lost their focus when they went running after investment capital and haven't gotten it back. They no longer value individual employees. Management is top-heavy and doesn't know how to run a software development company. They have lost a *lot* of good people recently (2015-2016)."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at Semantic Research full-time for more than 5 years Cons: -some engineers are arrogant, write impolite emails, talk so rude to new folks, argue a lot and never listen to other opinions. - a lot of dead weight people who just sit in the office doing nothing. - some people work remotely and make communication harder - some engineers only limit their knowledge to their work, but don't know other technical details (i.e. they only stay in their own world, working individually instead of working as a team.) - no job security at all (good employees are let go and keep the dead weight). - reorganize the team structure a couple times within a year."