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What is Accenture sick leave policy? How many sick days do you get per year?

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10 sick days per year

Answered - Financial Analyst (Current Employee) - National Capital Region

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When I was employed there...we had 25 PTO days

Answered - North America Sourcing Expert (Current Employee) - Minneapolis, MN

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Each pay period (every two weeks) you acquire 4+ hours of PTO. This is the only time available for sick leave. You do not get designated sick days. Only PTO. But, your PTO rolls over to the next year.

Answered - BLUE PRISM DEVELOPER (Current Employee) - Nashville, TN

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No sick days offered just paid time off which varies by level

Answered - Client Financial Management Analyst (Former Employee) - Arlington, VA

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You don’t get “sick” leave. All leave is grouped together in a single PTO bucket.

Answered - Project Accountant (Former Employee) - Arlington, VA

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You can avail sick leave intimating supervisor at least 6-7 businnes hours.7

Answered - MDM/DMS Analyst (Current Employee) - India

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As a consultant, there is no PTO

Answered - Digital Marketing Consultant (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL

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I do not recall. Sick leave was included in PTO.

Answered - Senior Analyst (Former Employee) - Louisville, TN

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They are all accounted in the PTO which is 25 days a year + holidays

Answered - Consultant (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL

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Sick leave policy is standard and requires a doctor's evaluation. I do not know the exact number of sick days per year.

Answered - Senior Tax and Accounting Analyst (Former Employee) - Reno, NV

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