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Great experience. Cannot recommend them enough. Much like the military experience, you come out better than you started.They will improve your capabilities and career.
There are some meat heads and fashionistas that don't focus on the task at hand.
No matter you have skills and knowledge about the process and may be good at Keeping the Things well. But end of the day you have to praise the manager to get our promotions to be happened.
No value for complete skilled person and compensation also very less
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Was uploading applications but now taking incoming calls. How to use new programs. I feel that the management team is not listening to issues and concerns that employees are having, take to long to respond. I work from home which is nice. The job is not hard. Helping clients get application in on time is very rewarding to me.
Demanding environment that has big reward payoffs in career exploration and career advancement. The company has many opportunities to engage with smaller communities with shared interest which lends itself to being a part of a shared collective community within the larger company environment.
great company for career exploration and career advancement
sometimes work / life balance is off kilter
I know that's sort of a cop out, but it's true in cases where you work for a enormous company like Accenture. It depends on which project you're on, who you know, and who will support you in your career. It's very niche, but if you can find the right one, then you'll be very successful. Otherwise it's easy to be just a cog in a wheel and not feel like you're working towards anything meaningful. I think overall it's a good place to work at just to gain experience. Whether you stay long term or not will depend on what I mentioned before.
Compensation and benefits are fantastic. Work/life balance is hit or miss. You earn a healthy amount of PTO but many times can not get the time off so can potentially lose it. In management days are very long. It is also questionable how effective a manager you can be for your people when your team can number more than 50. Like most companies these days they overkill pushing political views and inclusion and diversity training. There is a lot of opportunity to build knowledge and skills but at times the amount of “encouraged” trainings can be overwhelming to the point of affecting your ability to do the job you’re paid to do. Every time a client contract ends you must seek and interview for a new role. Maybe I am old school but I feel once you are hired by a company you should have a job and not have the added stress of being unemployed every few months/years. If you enjoy a lot of change or are a ladder climber you can do well. If you want to just do the best job that you can with longevity until retirement you may end up elsewhere.
Little job security, inconsistent work/life balance
Great place to learn new things through their knowledge portal. Management team is not very supportive in placements on new projects for employees reporting to them. You have to be very proactive and well connected in order to stay continuously on projects.
Work from home flexibility, Great Learning Opportunities
Very minimal support from management team and managing directors, Placements are based on how well you are connected, new experienced hire will have hard time to get placements
Accenture is a place where you can learn a lot of things, but it is also a place that will at times demand you sacrifice your life outside of work. Lots of times this is due to poor management decisions, and often times management will not own up to it.
You can learn a lot
Lack of respect for personal time
We all worked as a Team to get the job done. Managers Micro Manage too much. But other than that its a fun place to work. I worked in Billing and Collections. My name went out on the invoices. So I was the main contact to collect the money owed. I would follow-up once a week until I collected the invoice.
Fun place to work
Your micro managed
Accenture offers great learning material and tech industry grooming through online resources, but you have to seek it out for yourself. No one really minds which grunt leads the grunt work, so as long as it gets done.if you're looking for mentorship this is not the place... I can't emphasize that enough. The experience of working at any corporate entry-level position is going to be whatever you make of it at the end of the day.
Client Roster, Resume Clout, Accesibility to self-learning material
Managers demonstrate poor leadership skills, seniority-based promotion standards, and other outdated level structures.