Oddly enough there was no work for a highly experienced iOS developer. I was there for three years and in the last year I was on the bench (i.e. no client work) for well over 15 weeks. I was told my bill rate was too high and most clients do not want travelers (I'm in Phoenix). My sense is that companies nowadays know they don't have to hire expensive firms like Accenture in order to get a mobile app developed.
Lack of career advancement
Answered - Management Consultant (Current Employee) - Chicago, IL
Over worked, 12 hour days and it does not seem to be good enough. I would like to be able to charge in a dinner if I have to work past 8pm
Answered - Client Financial Management Analyst (Current Employee) - Washington City, DC
I was pregnant with my first child. After giving birth I was ppanning to go back to work but my daughter had a hard time weaning. We a a four-month maternity leave and my daughter weaned completely on her 10th month. So I left the company due to health/personal reasons.
Answered - customer service representative (Former Employee) - Accenture Philippines
I retired, but have now decided to go back to work again.
Answered - Accounts Payable Processor (Former Employee) - San Antonio, TX
Work life balance was horrible. They would make 10 hour days mandatory and extend your stays at the customers locations.
Answered - SAM SCM Functional Consultant (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL
I wanted a relocation.
Answered - Analyst & Developer (Former Employee) - Bangalore, Karnataka
I was laid off
Answered - Capability Development Manager (Former Employee) - Denver, CO
Respect for myself.
Answered - Claims Adjuster (Current Employee) - Louisville, TN
The abusive manner in which they treated their client and their demand that I follow suit.
Answered - Senior Systems Analyst (Former Employee) - Hartford, CT