This is my 2nd year with Accenture and I’ve been offered a position with another company. Everything from benefits to pay is slightly less and I’m not sure if I want to take the leap. I’m not even sure how long I should stay here before moving on (I... — read more
Topics regarding layoffs at Accenture
I'm always surprised when I see new people have joined the company. And these are not recent college grads who are willing to take on anything , but experienced folks. I honestly thought that our reputation was so bad by now that nobody worth his or... — read more
While I might be much better off at some other company, I’m happy here because I’m doing a job I love. When you do a job you love, you usually don’t even feel like you’re doing it. Yet lately I’ve been so overwhelmed with work that it’s taken all the... — read more
I'm at a point where I'd volunteer for a layoff if it was offered. I'm that done with this place.
I've heard there might be some cuts next month, is that true?
Hello everyone, I frequent this website to see how a former employer is doing. I had no idea Accenture would be on this site. I keep reading horrible comments about the company. I come from a pretty sh– job (retail) and this will be my first exp at... — read more
It was a toxic cesspool when I was there about two years ago. And don't even get me started on the management, I don't think it was possible to get a more useless group if they'd tried. I'm hoping for the sake of those who are still stuck there... — read more
When a prospective employer runs a background check, does HR tell communicate reasons for leaving (quit, fired, etc.) or just dates of employment? I was fired in September and wondering if I am required to tell them (upon asking why there’s a... — read more
The last one was on 9-15-2020, just two weeks into the new Fiscal Year. I don’t suspect they will make any moves before the forced holiday PTO. It will be “Happy New Year!” (calendar that is) and should we expect a big slash on Friday... — read more
Accenture is no stranger to layoffs and I believe it's only a matter of time before the next major round occurs. Nobody is safe, the least of all older and experienced employees. I don't know about you, but I've been preparing for the worst for the... — read more
I would expect a respectful HR to at least send a rejection email with thanks.
Let the congratulations fly... Accenture Promotes 605 New Managing Directors and Appoints 63 New Senior Managing Directors. Company achieves its goal of 25% women... — read more
Do you think there will be Accenture Layoffs 2021? Any news or rumors?
Is this just how the management and culture operates here? It is hard to bring my “best self” to work each day when I am being just about threatened by management
Accenture is the most abusive relationship I have ever been in. Over a decade here. Like a victim of domestic violence, right when you get ready to leave, they convince you that you can’t do any better. After all, this is Accenture, right? The best... — read more
As acquisitions tend to result in job losses in redundant areas, I wonder how many of us will be laid off or maybe shifting roles now that Accenture has acquired Enimbos? I try to think positive but these are very uncertain times and I can’t help but... — read more
May the next “bottom 5%” be aware that you could be out soon.
It's easy to leave, right?
I dunno about this new rebranding thing "Let There Be Change" but I am split of the reality and the future of the situation Accenture is in to now. I am for optimistic developments but on the other side.. there are people that were unsure of their... — read more
It s—s that there is so little information available on what's going with the company right now and what are the plans for the future. Personally, I'd rather have transparent management who were honest with us even if that meant knowing I'm slated... — read more
Interested to hear of anyone considering or already taken legal action, or are aware of any filings. Particularly from suspected or confirmed COVID-19 cases who were subsequently laid off.
layoff in sydney?
Who would have guessed??? This is going to be bad... Facebook moderators employed by third-party contracting firm Accenture and based in Austin, Texas are being forced to return to the office on October 12th, The Verge has learned. Source:... — read more
This company is nothing but a source of stress for me lately. And I'm not even talking about constant layoffs! It's the overall work atmosphere, it's the toxic culture, the horrible, incompetent managers who like to take all the credit for what works... — read more
What an insensitive comment to share to HR professionals. HR at Accenture is a joke and very disorganized and one hand doesn’t speak to the other in unison. Either way, they had to clear out the “low performers” that they force-ranked based on who... — read more
Accenture: The consulting firm said in late August it would lay off about 25,000 global employees, or about 5% of its total workforce. On Thursday, it announced it would expand its share buyback program by an additional $5 billion, bringing its total... — read more
Word on the street AIG announced Accenture is taking over their operations and those employees will become our employees.... https://www.thelayoff.com/t/17486oav
There is really not much info on last week's layoffs so I'm worried that was just a start and we might be looking at much more this week. Does anybody know more on either what happened last week or what we might expect to see in the next few... — read more
Yesterday a whole team (~126 people) were invited to a call where they were told that they were going to let them go between now and march...massive lay off in a single call
No warning, Performance reviews always good, including this one. People come to me for answers and how to do things and all of a sudden 2 days ago I was told I was laid off. The reason Manager said Covid and was not in the loop. HR said poor... — read more
Am I too naive to believe my manager when he says there'll be no more layoffs this year?
In India no laws apply to IT corporates under nasscom umbrella http://new-democrats.com/layoff-legal-rules-25c-idact-it-companies-ignores-law/
10000 staff removed in India businesstoday.in/sectors/jobs/employee-union-files-complaint-against-accenture-for-forcefully-asking-staff-to-resign/story/414449.html
I know of at least two people that were hit today. The weird thing was not even their CC nor their Practice manager was aware of who was targeted. Also the performance claim is complete BS. One of the people I know of was a top performer, 100%... — read more
I was working with a L6 - They were working on a CIO internal project full time and also providing sales support for billable projects. They initially got a good review but was still found to be a candidate for layoff. Their last day was 8/31/20. — read more
At least here in the NA. We'll see how things will pan out, but I'd say it'll be brutal. Consulting pipelines are looking healthier but we are still too heavy for the current demand - we need to get smaller. They waited initially as nobody knew where... — read more
Accenture Layoffs Target Up To 25,000 Low Performers: Report ‘As I’ve said before, we’ve identified some real areas of efficiencies and so that has obviously headcount implications to it, which may be what you’re calling layoffs,’ CEO Julie Sweet... — read more
Has anyone heard that layoffs have started in India? I think some of the internal people just disappeared with no warning. Wonder what scale that is.