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Is unfair that teams that speaks other languages such as German, Dutch, Arabic etc.. earn more money than other teams. Their job is less because they dont work 24 hours or weekends, while the people that earns less work more including 24 hours and all weekends!! We should all earn the same or more specially working for a company such as Accenture that makes millions a year.
The income for employees should be at level with Accenture's prestige
In almost 15 years of experience in big companies, Accenture is absolutely the worst company ever to work for. Management is corrupted, not transparent at all but mostly not professional at all. Lack of ethic and lack of respect towards emplyees is unbelievable. Progressing within the company is a dream they let you believe at the beginning, before discovering that the contract will not even be with Accenture directly and that the salary will be one of the lowest on Dublin market. Team leaders are not leaders at all, they have no qualified experience, no language neither communication skills, no empathy and they do not look after the morale of the team at all.When the company decides to terminate a contract (firing or let it expire) they do not give any notice, they do not schedule 1 to 1 to prepare the employee, they do not provide explanation or feedback. They only ask HR to send the employee a cold e-mail, out of the blue, with zero explanation, confused instructions and a poor excuse.After that, the employee is practically forced to disappear in silence...
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Worst management ever
here you will work with multination company , will develop you skills working with people have different opinions and reviews which really help to do you duty on high quality standards , TLs are helpful and understanding any issue and happy to sorted out.
free launch, pay bills WFH time, bonus
long hours, repetitive, a lot of meeting
Depending on project your comfort and happiness level is changing a lot. In my project my team is managed by people who don't have leadership skills. Hiring process is not so complicated as it's an entry level job.
Poor management, stressful environment, micro management, salary
Accenture provide good support with increasing skills and has many clients which is helpful to grow and learn. Accenture is multi-culture and welcome people from different part of the world. This helps to understand how we can work and learn from our colleagues. Accenture also provides many benefits like courses, certification, online trainings which is very helpful.
Accenture is a fun and competitive place to work and grow both as a person and an employee. I love the diverse and relaxed environment as well as working with some great hard working people.
Salary not competitive
First off, it's a big company, so one's experience often comes down to which department you're part of. Overall, I wouldn't recommend the company to others, based primarily on the company culture. Competition to progress, uninteresting and long-term project assignments, and a general lack of managerial support can occur, and are a cause of dissilusionment. Again, it all depends where in the company you end-up (client-facing, internal), and the type of work you are given (short term interesting projects, or long term resource augmentation operational roles). Benefits of working in Accenture include the potential to get a broad experience of projects and client roles, well structured benefits and social clubs within the firm, and a range of training and upskilling opportunities.
Salary is not competitive, many other similar positions with much more competitive salary Unable to jump levels in terms of progression. Only 10% increase per level jump
Oh boy, where to start? I applied and was accepted for role as a content review analyst with Accenture, working on a project for a big social media brand back in July 2018 then left in November 2019. It was a brand new project with a brand new office so their was a great feeling at the start that even at associate/ analyst level, you felt like you were really a part of something important. Everyone who I started on the project with were amazing, supportive and the management were super too! Until about January 2019, when things started to go downhill... I will try not go on massive tangents so here's some pro's and con's to digest: PROS: 1. Perfect first job (but not for the faint hearted) 2. Top notch talent across the board from analyst's to TL's 3. Good benefits such as provided wellness program and coaching, discount card, seasonal outings/parties, free things now and then. 4. Good facilities such as: Modern eating area with a large kitchen area. Restrooms are spacious and clean, a relax room with massage recliners,meeting rooms and quiet rooms also. 5. Decent location that is a 5 minute walk away from a gym, convenience store and cafes. 6. Public transport is good with the office near a Luas Green line station and bus stop. Office is near the main motorway too. And now, CONS: 1. The salary is just bad, for the kind of job that it is. On top of that, their were months where your pay was messed up on payday due to 'technical errors' or whatnot and you would not receive the rest of what was owed to you until the following month so if you have sky - more...
Accenture advisory services offers great opportunities and challenges for staff to interact with clients and strategic projects. The BPO (outsourcing) is less challenges and more routine, very strict organisation, and silos. Salary in BPO is not as competitive as cost focus is primarily object of management.
Just make sure you go with ACCENTURE contract not with HAYS. Shift works is always in the weekend so bear that in mind. Short break for lunch and hard to ask for going for holiday or sick leave. Working hard but no career progression and still with other agency not directly with them High Demanding and a lot of pressure at work with quality control and productivity.