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145 questions about working at Accenture
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Answered December 7, 2019
Collaborative, Professional, Flexible, Exposure to cutting edge technologies, Excellent Internal Resources, Overall the best company I have worked in my 23 years as a software engineer.
Answered July 17, 2016
I would reward people that work hard with the promotions and bonuses instead of letting management get all the benefits of the teams hard work.
Answered January 10, 2017
Annually based on performance
Answered October 9, 2020
I love the place, very clean and organized, make employees feel comfortable, free coffee.I applied for a full time position, went for the interview and did not get hired. To my surprise i found out that i am not hire able. my contract ended that is why i don't work there..
Answered March 24, 2017
The worst management, very poor HR representatives. The only way to growth is to go out an drink with your Lead. Thanks God I'm out of that Toxic environment. Santa Isabel PR.
Answered March 16, 2017
Asked basic questions about my experience.
Answered July 17, 2016
10 sick days per year
Answered December 21, 2016
Depends on the project and who you know
Answered October 8, 2020
9 hour day, with a 1-hour commute 1 way. Often take 1-2 hours of work home. Averaging 43-45 hours per week. It's been better, used to be closer to 60.
Answered January 10, 2017
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