I have worked in Consulting, Services divisions. Generally speaking ACN is good at Executive management but terrible when it comes to taking care of employees. up or out culture makes things toxic. Too much BS and very little substance most of the time. Overall there are some skills you can learn that'll be valuable. highly recommend getting exposure/experience in this world while starting out career but exit soon thereafter unless it works out amazingly for you. Thick skin development is a MUST. :)
Senior Informatics Consultant (Ehemaliger Mitarbeiter) – Berwyn, PA – 14. September 2019
This is not an opportunity for those that do not want to work. At Accenture everyone has a load of work to do and often times under very tight customer timelines. It is a challenge that I enjoy but many might find it stressful.
Content Review Specialist (Ehemaliger Mitarbeiter) – Mountain View, CA – 13. September 2019
I did not enjoy my time within this company. Our daily job was to review apps that are going live on Google Play. It was an extremely micro-managed work environment where you had to ask to go to the bathroom. I also did not like the fact that every month would present a schedule change. For example, I would go from Mon-Fri 9-5 for January, and February would change to Wednesday- Sunday 10PM-9AM
SAP BW Team Lead (Ehemaliger Mitarbeiter) – Manila Philippines – 13. September 2019
Accenture is the best place to learn new skills. They are very generous when it comes to your professional development. They are willing to give all the required trainings that will help you with your career. To fill the technical and soft skills gap.
Senior Manager (Derzeitiger Mitarbeiter) – Chicago, IL – 12. September 2019
The management says hunt in packs, but really the culture is a lot about lots of people getting credit for the sale and MDs tagging projects with utilization for them. This creates a lot of pressure for Senior Managers to support MDs. Senior Managers act as their own businesses with little help from the MDs beyond them controlling risk. Wins are celebrated, but quickly forgotten.
Lots of responsibilities. Lots of materials to reuse.
Difficulty getting access to customers and opportunities.