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Accenture Careers and Employment

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  • CEO
    Julie Sweet
  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than €10B (EUR)
  • Industry
    Information Technology
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Technical Programme Manager (Short term contract) in Dublin
on 26 February 2021
Work for Accenture if you want to learn and grow
Very highly talented teams, very good work culture. After 25 years in tech, I think Accenture is one of the few organisations that are really doing interesting stuff.
Credit and Collections Specialist for LinkedIn in Dublin
on 18 February 2021
The environment was fine
The job it self was fine but the company and management were a nightmare. You are a number there if u go they get someone else. The dont care about u.
Customer Service New Associate in Dublin, Work from home
on 4 February 2021
Only if you have no other option
There isn't much to say.....If you like having to suck up to your "Manager" everyday, in order to keep your job (not progress, just keep the same position), this is the company for you!If you like having a poor experience with one of the absolute worst systems there is, this is the job for you!If you like having no career progression, no understanding of what you're actually doing, no help from the Manager who doesn't even know how they got their position, and outdated workflows that can't even really be called "workflows" (because there are very little of them and absolutely ALL of them are outdated), and you're told to follow them, but as soon as you do, the QA and the Manager tell you "Don't follow that workflow, do this instead!" (and you had no idea because no one told you, plus, only SOME people know the correct workflow, and aren't open to share it, Then this is EXACTLY the role for you!PS : Did I mention no career progression? People have been working their buts off and after 2 years all they get is a tap in the shoulder and a candle shipped to their home, saying "thank you".
Event Manager in Santry, County Dublin
on 12 January 2021
Great place to work
Great exposure and good work culture .. good team spirit.. lots of support.. they give you lots of autonomy and praise and they listen if you need help
Sr. Test Engineer/Analyst in Bangore
on 14 November 2020
Excellent team and management
Great team and management to work with. Management encourages individuals to learn new tools and technologies.Encourages to contribute for the team growth and gives ears to individuals inputs.
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Depend on technology. No specific pattern

Shared on 7 February 2019

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It may vary, usually about the previous experience in the jobs

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