A Hard-working Career when time and effort is put forth
Test Engineering Associate Manager (Current Employee) – Arlington, VA – July 11, 2018
Accenture is a good company to start a career and learn many different skills. If you are in it for the money, Accenture is not the place to be. One will never be bored with their job and will wear many different hats. But their lies in the problem that sometimes what one wants to do they inadvertently learn and start doing what the project or lead/manager wants. Accenture always wants one to lead and manage. Unfortunately it’s always up or out. There is no path for an individual contributor.
projects have their own culture, new vacation policy, hire too many fresh-out-of-college, consultants from accenture's commercial side lack the patience for their federal clients, federal projects are short term, provides below average salary increases and bonuses, promotions are not based on merit, work life balance varies depending on the project age demographics, networking events and team building are gear towards younger employees, short bench time, some projects lack diversity, no path for individual contributor
good health benefits, decent maternity/paternity leave, interesting roles
consulting culture, hire too young, short projects, strange promotion structure, low salary increase/bonus