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What is it like working at Accenture?
"Over all great place to work."
Project Manager, Information Technology (IT) in Bangalore:
Pros: Employee friendly atmosphere, policies and procedures are followed for each and everything.
Cons: Only close circle accomplice enjoy promotions ratings and GCP roles those who simply mind their business and keep their head low are often surpassed and no due respect to their acheivements.
"It's a good place to work."
Executive Secretary or Administrative Assistant in Austin:
Pros: I like the people and appreciate the vast knowledge base they bring to the company
Cons: the commute to get to my office
"Cross Functional And Cross Geography Exposure."
Pros: 1. Ability to tap into global network of highly skilled resources. 2. Leading clients with complex business problems. 3. Exposure to leading business models and first hand experience.
Cons: Strong tilt towards technological projects in consulting and managing work space.
"Good technical growth but no career growth."
Pros: Technical/skill capability on microsoft platform.
Cons: Payscale, rewards, people, recognition.
"A Good Firm for Tech-Oriented People."
Pros: Good people, generally, though the people are often tied to the work environment of the client. Typically will pay a bit of a premium for new hires, but don't expect much in the way of raises or bonuses except on promotion or if you're rated in the top 10%--and sometimes it still isn't much.
Cons: The work is very tech-oriented for management consulting. Most of the programs have a tech angle. It's also difficult to find a good role unless you get lucky. I've gotten lucky, but I've seen others flail.
Team Leader, IT:
Pros: Work life balance.
Cons: Low Salary.
Operations Team Leader:
Pros: Core values.
Cons: Unnecessary Pressure from Management.