SAP ABAP Consultant (Current Employee) – Bengaluru, Karnataka – January 23, 2019
Accenture is good company if you join as an experienced candidate. Its a worst company to start your career with, you will never get your deserved hike here. People with less experience who have come from different organization will get more salary than you.
Accenture's workplace culture differs based on location(cities). I don't like to reveal the location where its good and where its not. I have been on a location where employees are treated like school student and i have also been on location where employees are not treated like a school student.
Finally, Like in every organization, politics plays an important role. People who just arranges birthday parties and other stuffs will get more hike than who actually works and has more knowledge than the other person. The project which i worked in, the hard working people never got appreciated or never given with good salary hike.
Senior Systems Analyst (Former Employee) – Hyderabad, Telangana – January 22, 2019
I learnt a lot from Accenture work culture. It taught me how to manage people and work in your daily office work. The hardest part was to assign work to others and see that it was complete and error-free, which was basically "learning to have faith and trust in other's work". I even learned not to rush things in the spree of completing fast. I was checked once not to do it and I started working on it by focusing on the quality of my work. I just regret one thing that is they never provided night cab service to females in case of late night calls or work emergency.
Chalenges in work
Short breaks, less paid leaves, No work from home facility
Accenture gave me opportunity to explore the management and technical skills equally. I enjoyed the work life while i was working there because it helped me balance that with my personal life. The team members were really cooperative and friendly. I can proudly say that it's the only company that upholds it's moto of women empowerment strongly in it's culture.
Application Development Associate (Former Employee) – Bengaluru, Karnataka – January 21, 2019
It is one of the top management consulting firm out there with clientele spanning all over the globe. Great managerial practices and employee retention. A typical day at work is balanced and not too stressful. It has one of the best workplace culture among service oriented companies.
The con being that the technology sector in developing countries has lower compensation, slow career growth and does not offer a chance to work on the latest technologies. The hierarchy that exists makes it almost impossible for an associate to work directly with the clients
Team outings, pace of learning, maternity and paternity benefits
excellent work culture, good work life balance, good salary, flexible work hours. Really supportive people working ont his company. low salary compare with similar rols in other companies, no extra benefits, you will learn many things like excel, sap program, full training provided
Business Analyst - Enterprise Data Systems (Former Employee) – Mumbai, Maharashtra – January 19, 2019
It is always a new day and a beginning when working at Accenture. The colleagues are helpful and talented. It is the starting point of a learning center for me. The company gave me a good exposure to technology and client handling skills.
Office infrastructure is excellent. Amazing canteens, bay areas etc. Pick up and drop facilities. If you are good with your TL, you can opt out from the cab facility and reimburse a good amount showing that you stay far away from the office. Clinic inside the campus. If you are sick, can go for a quick checkup. Shift allowances if you work on odd shifts. Culturel programs.
People manager (Current Employee) – Mumbai, Maharashtra – January 16, 2019
Very bad experience. Office politics are the worst here and management cares obly about their advancement and not their people's. You can forget about work life balance because you will be working for minimum 13 hrs everyday
QA Test Lead (Former Employee) – Pune, India – January 16, 2019
A typical at work started with a Team meeting and planning the day and the deliverables. Learnt Quality Assurance testing with SDLC & STLC concept, Waterfall & Agile methodologies, Test Planning, Estimating, Execution and Reviews, Team management, Risk Management. The workplace culture reflected the core values of the organisation. The hardest part of the job was people management. The most enjoyable was the awards and recognitions and the monetary benefits that kept people motivated and goal oriented.