Thread regarding Accenture layoffs

Accenture acquired N3 Results last year

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 appreciated. Many rumors going on right now.

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I'm curious as to how many US employees Accenture fired on 16/11/21 because they did not provide vaccination documentation? Similar acquisition/transition situation looming.

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Post ID: @newo+1dRv2UjI

Costa Rica N3 employees just migrated to Accenture and they are very unhappy because Accenture lowered their salaries.

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Post ID: @dufa+1dRv2UjI

N3 leadership sold out. Accenture sucks and will moat definitely lay N3 workers off. Anyone with common sense in their head knows its likely.

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Post ID: @6eph+1dRv2UjI

You think they will lay off 50% of N3 employees? A lot of the US campaigns are moving to Costa Rica and no one tells us anything.

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Post ID: @cwj+1dRv2UjI

Accidenture has habit of buying off competitors in order to keep pricing power. Staff turnover at acquired company can run as high as 50% in that case because Accidenture is not hiring for the client base or the employee's brains: the aim is to shut it down.

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Post ID: @mir+1dRv2UjI

I can tell you as an Accenture client, things seem like they're a hot mess with turnover right now. Maybe you can take one of the many vacant openings they seem to have.

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