Lets start a the beginning.
After interview they make you think this job is quite good and are really convincing. I actually thought I got lucky, oh boy I was wrong.
I arrived to Dublin and quickly found out that the whole recruitment process was based on lies.
1. No health insurance
2. Pay below living wage
3. Discrimination and favoritism (somehow most leads and managers are from same country and they just rotate, when others try for promotion they make an excuse "dont have replacement for you")
4. Misinformation about place of work and the type of work
5. Breaking their own policies but refuse any communication, HR takes no responsibility
6. The fact there is more people employed checking up on you and every sentence you write at work than employees support customers
7. Lies, lies and more lies
Accenture is a large company, was a pleasure work with this company.
I have only good things to say about that company, was my first company in Dublin and it was amazing experience.
I would like to stay longer, but I had to leave, here I am , looking a new role.
Accenture showed to be a great company which gives you opportunutiy to develop yourself, your working skills and knowledge and all that while you are surrounded with great people.
No matter your background, Accenture gives equal opportunity for all of those who want a career and who are eager to learn new skills, to improve their customer skills, to grow as a person in a multicultural environment, through great team work and leadership support.
team work, people, new skills, better customer support, multiculturalism..
I was working not even a full year at Accenture for a Google project. It was awful. We had an excellent performing team but because of a manager that saw this project more as his own chance to produce himself, almost everyone left in less than three months.
It's a good place to start a new venture, depending the location starting. As a vendor style it's OK but do not expect miracles and realize you can't change much. People tend to run around there own tails because there is simply to much things to do and to little amount of people to do it... guess why that is.
Snacks, pretty secure job
Pressure, too much to do and to little time, growth
I have been working with Accenture for more than one year. At the beginning I was contractor and then I became permanent. My salary was not increased after the change.
I have met really nice people and gained good experience.
The managers are not easily to approach and it's always difficult to arrange a meeting with them, because most of the time they are busy.
Overall it is a good company because of the good atmosphere you find, but the development opportunities are quite rare. There is no scheduled development plan and even if you work hard, you won't be noticed.
Great company with supportive management at any time. It is not all about numbers but how you personally grow and develop.
The most enjoyable part of the job was working alongside my colleagues and learning from them.