As we enter the new fiscal year many contracts are ending and they will not be able to maintain the current staffing levels. Admin and indirect folks will be first cut.
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It seems like a lot of contracts are coming to an end soon and we don’t seem to be winning the new contracts. 2019 is going to be a very difficult year for AFS. Get your resumes ready now, we already have a huge bench and they are asking folks to... read more
Has any one else notice a large uptick in employees leaving Accenture. There has been huge turnover this year and I am not sure if this is natural or if these might be forced resignations. Anyone else have any thoughts on this or also seeing an... read more
5% reduction will be made in certain North American markets if the deduction is not achieve naturally through attrition before the end of Q4.
Accenture is hiring 1,000 people in the Washington DC region over the next few years.
Accenture’s Federal division has a large contract to help recruit and hire thousands of CBP agents. These are the same agents separating families at the US border. If you work here you should know that your company is involved in this and it could... read more
Most employees seemed brainwashed, I left the company after two years.
Accenture has advanced it’s AI technology to a point where it no longer needs the support of it’s 425,000 employees. The first large cut will come from its Indian business outsourcing segment.
Layoffs coming in North America, includes all operating segments at Accenture. Accenture has grown too fast too quickly and these layoffs are only natural to eliminate duplicated roles that no longer make sense.
Accenture offered 2 weeks pay for my resignation. After six years with the company I thought it would be more. Everyone should research their severance package based on their employement contract. You will be shocked how low it is!
Several rounds of layoffs in the coming weeks for Accenture in North America. I’ve seen people leaving on the Financial Services side, mostly higher level employees.
If you work for Accenture in North America expect low annual raises again this year. Labor costs for highly skilled resources has increased so much recently that unfortunately people with less in demand skills get placed on the back burner and... read more
Accenture is greening the pyrimad again. Essentially layingoff middle management and promoting younger folks at a lower salary for the same work. The low hanging fruit will be people that can be replaced with recent college grads for much cheaper.
Accenture just ended it’s financial Q3 and reports earnings later this month. It is widely known that Accenture’s profit margins have been decreasing and they will need to look for ways to cut costs, layoffs in middle management is most likely.
Now leaders will start playing PIP games with the employees and will make them redundant . Even the leadership will do it with Managers ; however they will safeguard themselves . It's an open secret the person who is laying you off is taking a fat... read more
Do you guys offer a paternity leave option. My husband will be starting in July and I am doing some initial planning (we'll have the baby in December). Please let me know.
Accenture will likely be making layoffs tomorrow, 5/31/18. End of pay period and end of fiscal Q3. They need to report cost cutting measures to shareholders and will likely do so in the upcoming earnings call later in June. Just wondering if this... read more
The employee turnover at Accenture’s Federal division is staggering. It is so extreme that it is highly abnormal and a major red flag. Think about this. If you are buying consulting or tech, ask about attrition levels, you will be surprised with what... read more
Now that we have acquired Certus Solutions, do we know what kind of consolidation layoffs are we looking at? I know that it is the acquired company that usually gets hit more, but with Accenture I am never sure. I am positive we will have some cuts... read more
Found this: Accenture taking on water! Layoffs in the digital and Federal sectors. and this: Several sectors within Accenture are hemorrhaging cash. Layoffs coming before Q3 earning results. in another thread. I was wondering if anybody here has more... read more
AFS is in the red! Layoffs coming!
layoff are on here in india, not sure of any focus on digital, but many of our US counterparts seem to have moved suddenly and new folks taking over as part of consolidation and many old ones are not contactable anymore....laid off for sure If... read more
Layoffs start in Chicago. Accenture Digital laying off people.
Layoff in Accenture is a reality. It is fine if the decision is due to the bad financial performance of the company or the bad performance of the employee, even after given with a warning. What happens on the ground is head count reduction in each... read more
They will wait for 4 weeks on bench and will lay you off without any warning. They do not care what good you have worked in past. It's good if you are starting as freasher, otherwise I will suggest you look for yourself.
I am concerned that we'll have redundancies again and that things will get worse in 2018. You never know with Accenture, sometimes it's OK here sometimes it's just crazy. Uncertainty is the only constant here - things keep changing and if we do not... read more
Jobs in Accenture bangalore put on sale By HR recruiteent department -candidates of highest bidder(consultancy agency/head hunter) get offer. Skill or expertise dont matter
I am surprised that we do not have many messages on job cuts in Bangalore. The whole IT sector, non only Accenture if affected by job cuts. The techie unemployment continue to rise and with the slow down it's getting harder to find jobs, especially... read more
Someone please confirm RIFs in Chicago.
End of Aug, early Sept when they realize they were significantly over budget or cannot find the budget for tech investments they want they will go after especially Internal Sr Managers in the name of "Recovery," and push them out the door, especially... read more
Here is the thread on Oracle's board here: @P8jAOQO
The PTO used to start at 25 days for all Accenture resources - they changed this so the carrot is gone - this is for the USA only - not sure how other countries treat this as I am sure Europe gets a ton of PTO... Anyhow, now they give you 16 days of... read more
Accenture shoves out talented people all the time when they are not meeting their CCI number and under constant pressure from Jo Deblaere and his cost cutting goons to take heads out and put them in India or BA. Then promise of world class... read more
Layoff disguised as attrition thro Forced Resignations Are Becoming Common in Pune's IT Sector http://www.news18.com/news/india/forced-resignations-are-becoming-common-in-punes-it-sector-1464893.html
Accenture is one of the very few companies who does not believe in losing precious manpower after investing large amount in their training. The hiring and inductions costs itself is so high that they pick the best fit candidate and do everything... read more
Accenture is laying off big time in India. They have brought a new appraisal process last year(2016) under the guise of doing away with bell curve. But in reality, the new appraisal process has been used to brutally earmark the employees under "Need... read more
Accenture will soon be taken over (bought) by one of the bigger companies and the Managers, Senior Managers and above who are non-technical from US/Canada/UK/Australia/NZ/India/China/Phillipines will be laid off in big numbers. Since they are being... read more
Resume from only external recruiting agencies considers. Good referrals on portal deleted and sent to agencies. Pay to hire scam going on massive scale. From Bangalore it has spread to chennai not and Hyderabad. Outside recruiter now asking... read more
Is it true that there will be large layoffs soon? I hear that CTS and Capgemini are in the process of introducing large retrenchment in India - I am curious how this may impact Accenture.