It has been quiet lately, hope it will continue this way.
Get read. Also, pipelines are dry and things are slow. Consulting is not selling, it'll be hard over next few months. If you are on a project stay on a project. Good luck.
Is there any chance somebody here knows if Accenture ever hires former employees who were laid off a while ago? Not those laid off in the latest round, of course, long before that. I don't want to waste my time applying if there is a blacklist or... — read more
How much to expect?
How did Accenture end up in the top ten of Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For in 2022? One of the most toxic places I have ever worked for is the sixth best workplace in the country? I can't believe that this is a realistic reflection of... — read more
If you try to change something or you have an innovative idea, you are seen as a problem. Stay away if you're smart.
I've started here about four months ago and I'm wondering if I'll get a chance to improve my skills and keep them updated. My former employer refused to provide any training or professional development and then cut people because their skills were... — read more
They will layoff en mass once the market turns downwards. I used to be on the calls in the Consulting practice (won't mention the specific group) in their largest revenue market, we would review each person, utilization and the clock. Unless the... — read more
From reading these posts, it looks like most of you would be happy to be laid off since you hate working here. I'm not saying there's anything wrong with that, but there are those of us who still like our jobs and don't relish the idea. It might not... — read more
This may be a warning https://www.barrons.com/articles/accenture-earnings-revenue-forecast-51655983392 On the other hand, everyone is missing forecasts now. Euro lost value to dollar, that's messing up earnngs/revenue forecasts.
Do you know if Accenture song: ever had layoffs what locations were affected dates what kind of roles were affected Anyhow, if there was no layoffs, just ignore this post
From other posts I see that some people still enjoy their jobs at Accenture and can't understand why some of us don't. I think it boils down to your team and your manager. Accenture still has good pay and decent benefits, so it's mostly the... — read more
There is no reason to waste your life here.
When you start offshoring engineering work you can expect to see a drop of quality and that's exactly what's been happening here. In the short run, money is being saved but what about the long run? We will start losing customers over this and then... — read more
Does Accenture have a lot of MD hires?
I try to give leaders the benefit of a doubt to know what they are doing, but it is getting harder and harder to do so.
Most time lost in meetings with huge numbers of unassociated people just to run up the bill on meeting time. At the end of your project they'll blame every 'sin' and missed deadline not matter how trivial you're side committed in order to justify... — read more
No one here has commented yet on the launch of the Accenture Metaverse Continuum business group. Any thoughts?
Several of my colleagues and I have been thinking of contacting HR over a belligerent coworker but I'm not sure if that's a good idea. He's good friends with our manager which is why he knows he can get away with his behavior. Several of us have... — read more
It wasn't always like this but we're at the point where even people who just joined are looking for a way out. I'm not sure who's going to read this, but if you're considering joining Accenture you should do it only if you don't have any other... — read more
A few more days and we will find out how kind the second quarter of 2022 was to Accenture. Any predictions?
What will be the impact of the war on Accenture and what will happen to Accenture in Ukraine and Russia? What are your thoughts and what's official?
Beware working for them. You’ve been warned. You will suddenly find yourself on the street no warnings no reasons just out.
Accenture acquired the company I work, N3. We are transitioning to Accenture in April. What can we expect? If they did not layoff us, does it mean Accenture will keep us? Accenture was very generous they gave us a bonus of $10,000!
Other than the C-suite, of course.
I can't believe some of the posts here. Accenture is not the best company but it is not the worst either. It's a business that pays you for services rendered. That's it. It's not a family. It's not a real being that can "care" about you and your... — read more
I'm among those who left in the last six months - and I know there's a lot of us. I landed in a much better situation. I get more money, better benefits, and from what I can see so far a better career path. I am also working with people who don't... — read more
If I told you how much time I was given to complete the task, I believe you would find it ridiculous too. Expectations have become more than unrealistic! I guess it's the manager's way of working me right up to the boiling point, so I leave on my... — read more
Take Accidenture for what it is: a third-rate training ground, where you suffer atrocious management and low salary. And once you have beefed up your salary, time to jump. People make mistake of viewing what Accidenture is. They gobble up the... — read more
I've noticed that Accenture is quick to get rid of older employees because they cost more. I guess the leadership is too focused on profits to realize that they are much more valuable than new employees despite being paid more due to the wisdom and... — read more
This has happened to me and I know it happened to a few more people. Good managers who show respect to their direct reports and who know theirs and our jobs well have been replaced by people who have no idea what we do and how we do it and who prefer... — read more
I hope that Accenture will focus on this campaign, which is very poorly managed. Managers are foreigners who barely speak English, this is the least important, but they are not familiar with the management of American companies. They are making this... — read more
I thought 60-hour weeks were bad, but now we're up to 80-hour weeks with no time to rest even on weekends! This is not sustainable. They're treating us like we're robots, like they can add as much as they want to our workload and we'll just keep... — read more
Hey guys, what is the starting pay for a consulting analyst in the CDP program? Specifically in Houston, Texas.
I'm not talking about a little unpaid overtime, but a lot of unpaid overtime. They tacitly expect it from me and many others. If I had just come here from university, I might be ok with it, but I have many years of experience in this industry. They... — read more
I currently work for N3 Results. Accenture acquired us last year. Our transition will be next April. Should I worry about job security? Is Accenture going to transition all employees or they will let some go? Any information you can provide I... — read more