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Working At Accenture (US)

How we work is changing. Where we work is changing, too. Our workplace is no longer just somewhere to get work done. It is an intended destination where people, technology, and place connect to spark collaboration and innovation… a place where Accenture clients, visitors and people socialize, connect, engage, learn and create.

How employees describe working at Accenture (US)

Can is a good organization

Posted 15 days ago

Outstanding professional culture with lots of diversity and promotion opportunities.

Review from Operations Dept · Posted 19 days ago

The more senior you are, the worse it gets. Especially if you are new. No EMPATHY whatsoever. Cult-like cliques. Static Long-timers stuck in the last century

Review from IT Dept · Posted 20 days ago

welcomed into an amazing group

Posted a month ago

I am obviously sharing my personal view and my perspective after working for 7 years here. I am writing things being unbiased and true to my heart: * In it's core, Accenture is a service-based, head-count based, body-shopping company with posh appearances and luxury talks about technology,data, AI

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What it's like to work at Accenture (US)

  • Accenture (US) employees generally work 9.5 hrs a day
  • Employees at Accenture (US) report the work pace is comfortably fast
  • On a typical day, employees at Accenture (US) have 4+ meetings
  • 82% of Accenture (US) employees look forward to interacting with their team every day
  • Accenture (US) employees most often take 20-30 paid vacation and sick days each year
  • 65% of Accenture (US) employees report they are happy with their work life balance
  • Accenture (US) employees typically get valuable feedback on how to improve at work Once a quarter
  • 79% of Accenture (US) employees call their work environment positive

Q&A With Accenture (US) Employees

Asked to the Operations Department at Accenture (US)

  • Staggered. Some folks get paid well, others paid pretty poorly comparatively. I think it starts somewhere around $15/hour for level 12 and then $20/hour for level 10. 9 and up are salaried.

  • Pay for operations roles is similar to industry roles of the same level and scope. They tend to be the normal Monday to Friday job with limited or no travel.

  • It isn't enough for the amount of work given.

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Asked to the Operations Department at Accenture (US)

  • Top Employee Response

    Operations typical works 40 hours. Like any job, things may come up and more hours are worked, but usually, it's 40/week.

  • Operations workforce work normal hours typically. 40 hours a week. There are exceptions, but 40 hours is the rule.

  • Toxic, unstable due to licensing and client demands, very poor planning , not allowing us to think outside of the box. Full time with overtime now that half of the call center has been laid off!

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Asked to all employees at Accenture (US)

  • Anything digital -- AI, RPA, Machine learning -- is growing. Traditional management and technology consulting is flat.

  • Operations/ home equity is having difficulties

  • Fastest growing continues to be Digital and related capabilities and industries, especially analytics and Industry X.0. Slower growth are in areas like Traditional Resources and Traditional Retail.

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Asked to the Operations Department at Accenture (US)

  • This really depends on a lot more factors. Most teams have very good leadership, but some bad eggs slip through on occasion.

  • Spending too much time off the floor in meetings.

  • The Operations workforce and team is the closest thing to a non-consulting team at Accenture. Usually there is a focus on a particular process, so maybe there is less variety within the work and team.

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Asked to the Operations Department at Accenture (US)

  • The leadership is good. It will also vary from project to project and leader to leader. Some are better and stronger than others.

  • Operations team leadership usually comes from other workforces. They will operate much like the Consulting or Strategy leadership. Usually they are very capable individuals and team leaders.

  • Over worked

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Asked to all employees at Accenture (US)

  • Top Employee Response

    Good - hard to take all the days

  • A joke and a slap in the face to seasoned associates

  • i think it’s great no difference between vacation/sick/pto time. You accrue hours each pay period.

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Asked to all employees at Accenture (US)

  • Solve the employee turnover problem, our best talent is leaving

  • I'd keep more seasoned associates, let them have autonomy to do the right thing while using prudent decision making. Not all clients are the same. Exceptions can be made.

  • Re-train ALL leaders

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Asked to all employees at Accenture (US)

  • Top Employee Response

    Very common, they happen on an annual basis based on chargeability

  • Very frequent. This company does not respect the seasoned associates. We cost too much! Hire low and you’ll get poor results and low customer care scores.

  • VERY COMMON

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Asked to all employees at Accenture (US)

  • Not for operations

  • Not for operations

  • Yes, it depends on the position, but I have worked remotely at Accenture for 5 years, with occasional travel to the client site.

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Asked to all employees at Accenture (US)

  • Could be better. There are some internal roles where this is allowed. We are a client service company, so we need to be at the clients most of the time.

  • Even if the customer allows it, Accenture will turn you down so that they can look good to the customer.

  • Our remote work policy is very robust, with roughly 85 percent of our US people using telecommuting during the past year.

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Asked to all employees at Accenture (US)

  • It can vary if on the west coast you can wear a Jeans with a formal jacket and formal shoe. Anywhere else stick to formal suit no tie.

  • Dress to impress.

  • A suit.

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Asked to all employees at Accenture (US)

  • Sick to my stomach

  • Sick to my stomach

  • Sick to my stomach

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Asked to all employees at Accenture (US)

  • She needs to focus more on the lower level employes

  • We don't have time to read up on the CEO

  • We don’t have time to read about or talk about

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Asked to all employees at Accenture (US)

  • Mostly in shell shock

  • Devoted, caring, loving, family

  • Great people but totally stressed out.

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Asked to all employees at Accenture (US)

  • TOXIC

  • OMG, redesign this survey

  • Terribly unstable

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Asked to all employees at Accenture (US)

  • Separated

  • Divided

  • I don't work in an office and there are many offices.

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Asked to all employees at Accenture (US)

  • That they overwork and brag to their clients what they can do when in reality, very skilled and seasoned associates are worn down and broken.

  • The uncertainty of it all

  • What the levels actually mean - titles are different here than in most places - now all of our positions are based on #'s - lower the # higher the position.

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Asked to all employees at Accenture (US)

  • We work hard but encourage balance. You need to take control

  • Very

  • Very

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Asked to all employees at Accenture (US)

  • Stress

  • Stress, nervous breakdown

  • Guess if I got let go!

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Asked to all employees at Accenture (US)

  • To be younger and inexperienced

  • To be young and inexperienced

  • I honestly don’t know now.

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Asked to all employees at Accenture (US)

  • 5 interviews with various leadership people.

  • Never got one. Was handed a job offer with one week to decide. My office was bought out

  • Already answered. Redesign this survey

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Asked to all employees at Accenture (US)

  • We have none unless it's a meeting to let a group know they are being laid off

  • None

  • In Operations it's usually some sort of off-site activity - we've done boat rides, whirlyball, etc.

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Asked to all employees at Accenture (US)

  • Top Employee Response

    Complex. It’s a multi step process that accounts for sales and potential

  • Accenture has a very complicated process around annual reviews, bonuses, raises and promotions. Those above you review your work, your reviews, and your time at position to determine if you are eligible to move up or not.

  • Working at Accenture is different than most companies. You will typically be on a project for a year or two, then move to a new project. You will typically change teams, managers, clients, etc... Although, it does depend on what you are doing there too, i'm assuming you are talking about being in the consulting side.

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Asked to all employees at Accenture (US)

  • I don’t know. My office from a bank was purchased by accenture and we were given one week to decide on the job!!

  • I don't know. My office was purchased. We had one week to decide if we would take the job without any information about Accenture.

  • Bad ones. My interview was a sales pitch by Accenture to convince me to join them. It turned out everything they told me about the position they hired me for was a lie. The business unit did not have the sales numbers they told me it had. In fact, it had no sales at all. I was not in sales, but my success depended on growth in the unit, and that growth never happened because the unit had not even launched when I arrived.

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Asked to all employees at Accenture (US)

  • None that I take advantage of

  • Benefits are good. Good pay, excellent bonus and stock, good health benefits.

  • I have my own benefits from my husband

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