5 ans et cela s'est soldé par un burn-out. Ce cas de figure est légion au sein de cette société qui axe son management sur la méritocratie et développe la compétition entre collègues plutôt que l'entraide et la bienveillance. Harcèlement psychologique au travail de la part de certains managers, pas de remise en question de ce même management quand le turnover est constant sur une courte période (sur un an demi : une quinzaine de démissions au sein de la même équipe). Les consultants sont méprisants envers les fonctions supports. Il ne s'agit que de capitalisation de l'humain, d'ailleurs les RH emploient les termes totalement antinomiques de "capital humain" pour gérer les "diversités", dont la gestion reste par ailleurs sérieusement à questionner...
Parlez à des anciens et anciennes d'Accenture et "amusez-vous" à faire le test du nombre de burn-out... cette société ainsi que sa mentalité est scandaleuse et dangereuse pour la santé.
Je n'ai jamais ressenti autant de soulagement qu'en quittant cette dernière.
J'ai surtout apprécié le fait de travailler en équipe sur des projets stimulants et avec des collaborateurs de qualité.
L'aspect le plus contraignant est le fait de ne généralement pas choisir ses missions et un aspect "procédurier" lié à la taille très importante et à l'aspect multi-national de l'entreprise.
Malgré une image un peu dégradée ces derniers temps liée à l'élargissement important du panel de services proposés tendant vers une baisse de valeur, elle reste une belle boîte, pour un débutant.
Je pense qu'il est par contre très difficile d'y faire carrière lorsqu'on y rentre au niveau expérimenté car beaucoup de choses se font via le réseau interne et la culture d'entreprise est très forte.
Points positifsLe travail en équipe et la qualité des collaborateurs
Points négatifsLa charge de travail fluctuante en fonction des missions
Ce que je pense de cette societe est bonne mais le personnel notamment les managers ont trop de prejuges et jugent mal.
Et parfois meme ont peur qu'un.junior prenne la place.du senior etc... Donc decue du comportement du personnel permanznt de la societe, c'est dommage. Et dizons la verite personne n'est irremplacable.
Donx a ceux qui travaillent oui souhaitent travailler dans cette societe faites atrention.aux personnes que vo rencontrez il y'en aura forcement un qui sera sur la defensive ou fermer. Ils disent que c'est une entreprise jeune dynamique etc... Mais.au fond ils ont une image et politique tres traditionnelle et non a l'americaine xome ils aiement qi bien.le.dire....
Points positifsgrand group international
Points négatifsprejuges et vizns subjectif res managers et seniors.
Accenture est une société avec beaucoup d'avantages (primes, PEE, participation, tickets restaurant) mais il y a beaucoup de copinage. Il faut être sur les petits papiers, et proche d'un manager pour pouvoir évoluer. Il faut être carriériste sinon impossible d'évoluer au sein du groupe. Ils demandent toujours plus à leurs salariés. De ce fait l'équilibre vie pro/ vie privée n'est pas du tout respecté. Il y a beaucoup d'événements pour créer des liens entre les salariés mais ces liens ne sont pas sincères.
Je ne conseille pas cette société à mes amis sauf s'ils collent au moule Accenture.
Depends on project whether you will have task assigned for the week of will wait daily for task to do. Based also on priority.
At first, the company was good and also the benefits. However, every year there are benefits that were gone. In a good side, I have learned so many things in this company for the 6 years of experience.
Fun workplace if you will be active to nonwork activities.
Hardest part of the job was when all the task given to me are all urgent/high priority.
I enjoyed early years with the company, the first project was remarkable.
Points positifsFlexible work hours.
Points négatifsOvertime without pay most of the time.
Accenture was the place to be, my co-worker were cool, my job was interesting, it was my first contact with the financial controlling, after the theory I learned at school, so everything was amazing. I learned to be creative to satisfy every managers' needs, because i had to create good relationship with them to facilitate my job.
The hardest part of my job was to manage projects with different managers and the personalities of each others. It was new for me, so i used to be confident.
Points positifsThe work environment was good, the place to lunch too, the company is engaged in several social projects
Points négatifsthe work could be repetitive
Gestionnaire Paie (H/F) | Paris (75) | 26 janv. 2021
J’ai eu une bonne expérience chez Accenture de façon globale. Le seul hic est que la promesse d’une prolongation de contrat ou d’embauche n’a pas été tenue et j’ai été prévenue 2 semaines avant la fin de mon contrat que je devais me remettre sur le marché de travail ce qui en période Covid était très mal venu. Quoiqu’il en soit le management est plutôt bienveillant et si on fait abstraction de certains comportements on peut vite s’épanouir et évoluer au sein de la structure.
- generally hardworking group of people
- good experience with project level management
- difficult to advance as a developer as focus is on functional roles
- advancement opportunities are driven by higher executives rather than by project level management overseeing the ground level work
- employees are easily pigeon-holed based on initial project experience
Points positifsGood people
Points négatifsOpportunities for advancement depend on visibility to exec leads, easily pigeon-holed based on initial years of experience at the company
Working for Accenture is like working for a company where everything is possible. Apart from your daily mission, you can be involved in all kind of side projects such as the Women Network, Hot Topics on key business area for the future (e.g. digital, innovative healthcare technologies, ...), ...
You can design your own training plan to fit with your career path, ...
I highly recommend Accenture as a company to grow your professional skills.
Journées riches et complètes.
Accueil des managers st seniors managers, outsourcing, réservation des open et closed spaces, reporting de ces mêmes espaces,réservation des billets d'avion en vue des voyages d'affaire, visite de l'entreprise aux futurs salariés, remise des token, encadrement de l'équipe d'hôtesses, réservation de taxis, mise à disposition du matériel informatique, badges et listings des intervenants externes.
Oh boy, where to start?
I applied and was accepted for role as a content review analyst with Accenture, working on a project for a big social media brand back in July 2018 then left in November 2019. It was a brand new project with a brand new office so their was a great feeling at the start that even at associate/ analyst level, you felt like you were really a part of something important. Everyone who I started on the project with were amazing, supportive and the management were super too!
Until about January 2019, when things started to go downhill...
I will try not go on massive tangents so here's some pro's and con's to digest:
1. Perfect first job (but not for the faint hearted)
2. Top notch talent across the board from analyst's to TL's
3. Good benefits such as provided wellness program and coaching, discount card, seasonal outings/parties, free things now and then.
4. Good facilities such as: Modern eating area with a large kitchen area. Restrooms are spacious and clean, a relax room with massage recliners,meeting rooms and quiet rooms also.
5. Decent location that is a 5 minute walk away from a gym, convenience store and cafes.
6. Public transport is good with the office near a Luas Green line station and bus stop. Office is near the main motorway too.
1. The salary is just bad, for the kind of job that it is. On top of that, their were months where your pay was messed up on payday due to 'technical errors' or whatnot
Worst experience possible for an experienced hire.
I came into accenture as a Management Consulting Manager hired for my experience in managing change and in assurance processes. The director and Sr. Mgr who intereviewed me made it very clear I had exactly the experienced they desired. I soon learned there was a major disconnect between their point of view and the perspective of those actually running the projects. It also became clear there were a lot of rules and cultural issues which were never communicated to my by my career coaches (supervisors) or by the HR team who placed people on projects. Here are the details which support my opinion
1. The "Career Coach" I had was more interested on how I supported her career than mine. She did little to coach me or resolve the barrier on my getting onto a project. after 9 months, when I was transferred to a different group, she dropped me because I "was no longer able to support her". Career Coaches were the masters of my fate and were never reviewed on their ability to be a good career coach.
2. I joined as an experienced manager. I couldn't get on a project and was repeatedly told it was because of the risk I presented because of my lack of experience with Accenture's methodologies. This turned out to be a significant Catch 22 as I couldn't get the experience. No one wanted to use me in a developmental role because of the "cost" to do so. I was turned down on over 60 projects during the first 4 months after being hired. I sought out training on the methodologie
IT Consultant working close with multiple clients and advises them on different technical facets in order to offer support to their demands and problems related to the technology being implemented. Helped in providing strategic guidance to the organization related it Quality Assurance, and System administrator duties. Highlights include:
Test Architect (Ascension Health): Managed implementation and set up of HP QC 11.0 for SAP ERP program. Developed, updated, and maintained testing standards and procedures. Created training program to be used by company on use of and maintenance of HP Quality Center.
Governance Test Lead (Google): Managed application and user acceptance test for two releases of a telecom enterprise implementation. Trained Google Analysts on standard testing processes and procedures which include test planning, test execution, test data, and defect management, metrics and reporting. Managed 30 users during UAT test execution which allowed completion of UAT on scheduled and budget. Utilized multiple project management tools in order to manage resources and risks across all aspects of testing.
Test Assessment Consultant (AVNET): Consultant of testing in order to assess the clients testing capabilities. This was done through the use of client interviews and assessment of the clients testing documentation. The assessment looked at the capabilities through the use of the testing maturity model. Analyzed the companies testing capabilities as co
Unethical, Immoral - Not a good place for lateral hires
Good infrastructure, transportation services, Employees at TL and above get to define their salary structure and can opt for a Higher basic (thereby ensuring that they get to save more using PF [12% of basic]).
1. Each year, there is a mandate by the HR team to identify a bottom candidate across career levels. This is not an ideal scenario for anyone, neither for the supervisors who are forced to identify a bottom candidate by their Delivery Leads nor for the candidate who will eventually be ranked as bottom and be selected for a managed exit. If you are not good with your boss or higher ups, you can be a potential candidate to be ranked as bottom (this is all the more applicable for resources in Supervisory roles (TLs and above)).
There have been instances where roles are created to hire external resources simply to protect the existing lot (at AM and above levels). No matter how pathetic and incapable some of these guys are, they tend to cling on like parasites and are protected by their supervisors.
Advice for laterals (AM and above positions) - Make sure you do a thorough check on who the hiring manager is, his/her qualities, the team that you are going to be a part of etc. before joining this company.
2. Doctors hired for their domain expertise being promoted as Delivery/Project managers. Needless to say while these candidates might be good in Healthcare, they lack adequate knowledge and are poor when it comes to knowledge on the SDLC, STLC etc. Some are good at
Points positifsGood infrastructure, transportation services, Employees at TL and above get to define their salary structure and can opt for a Higher basic.
Points négatifsPoor worklife balance, bad leadership (Complete lack of oversight on projects, they expect you to be available all the time and make you join calls even while you are on vacation)
Bad and Incompetent Management, Policies not transparent, salary and compensation not clearly described, poor and Dishonest HR department
Accenture is number one company only on papers and internet. In reality, it has bad and Incompetent Management, Policies not transparent, salary and compensation not clearly described, poor and Dishonest HR department.
IT systems are poor and ancient aged. Full of corruption. No channel to listen to employee grievances.
Systems in Accenture are not linked and to update any information an employee needs to update many different applications.
Accenture management even except wrong demands of the client because of the simple reason that its incompetent management will not to be able to handle them.
As far as learning is concerned, if you do not keep yourself equipped with good and latest techniques by enrolling yourself in outside/Market courses you will loose all your knowledge. Accenture conducts training but those are not relevant and much useful. In all, no new learning.
Even people at level B (senior manager/GPOs) are involved in junior level processing. Still the teams need to work extra hours to complete day to day work whereas in other companies even senior associates handle the day to day work properly without putting any extra working hours. This shows the incompetent, incapable and inexperienced management at Accenture.
Also, for India Accenture workers there is no payment for extra working hours and Indian employees are working extra hours everyday.
Accenture is ruled by too much politics and nepotism and that is the biggest reason of incompeten
Points positifsNothing good to say. Worse than any other company of the same business line
Points négatifsProductivity tool ACMS applied however, no concentration on quality work or employees health, Incompetent managers
A high pressure work environment with strict deadlines. The organisation also had several initiatives for employee satisfaction.
A typical day at work started with looking at my mailbox as well as my HR Dashboard (one where requests and queries are auto directed to the respective HR) and formulating a to do list for the day by prioritising the tasks.
I then had various employee and line manager connects where I would interact with them face to face or anchor HR training programmes for them.
I would then look at the available employees and open roles within the organisation, screen their resumes and share their profiles with managers who posted the demands. For this, was responsible for North America based clients.
Further, I was responsible for transfers and thus had to ensure smooth domestic/ international transfers of employees.
I was also responsible for ensuring our team is compliant on the key performing indices. Thus had to review in detail our progress on each factor, prepare a bi-weekly report on the progress for the HR Manager.
Most weekends, I participated in open houses where pre registered candidates could come in for an interview. In this, I administered the aptitude test and took the HR interview round in addition to ensuring the applications were duly filled and all relevant documents were provided if the candidate were selected. I also had to ensure the line managers were filling out interview feedback forms comprehensively.
I learnt how to distinguish and prioritise tasks better to have an organised day and to keep track of what is pending. I also was able to hone my prese
Points positifsGreat co workers, extensive exposure to various dimensions of HRM
Points négatifsHigh volume which resulted in high pressure
This Accenture branch has went downhill ever since they changed management and put Chris G. in charge . They started getting rid of all full time employees (Some were there 15+ yrs) because they just want contractors now since they can pay them less, give subpar benefits, and can get rid of them any time they want without much warning.
They will lie to the new contractors and say you will be hired in but you will not. You will just possibly get another “contractor” title that has a few more benefits.
It is nothing but a popularity contest and if you don’t fit in then you will not move up. The ones that do s*xual things with big shots will move right past you and end up being your boss but be surprised when they are not respected!
You will not move up in the company if you ever say no. If you want a claims analyst job then expect to have no home life and to be pressured and bullied to work overtime every night and every single holiday. If you say no then you will have to worry about being fired.
I worked there for over 5 years before they “laid me off” because it was “too expensive to keep me” as a full time employee which is what HR told me (HR lost her job too months later) and they had no place to put me (which was a lie). I was quickly replaced by a new DR*GGIE guy (who had been there just a few short months) on our team who was best buds with others higher up and they made him an FTE and put him over a team after saying they didn’t have room and would not have anymore
Points négatifsManagement, slave labor, no job security
Your ordeal begins From the day you join. They first hire people and then put them on bench saying that their are no openings for his skill. Then you might be asked to cross skill to a different technology and start from scratch, the ordeal doesnt end here, now you may be asked to relocate to a different city,
I was surprised to see that they were hiring for the skills for which people were sitting on bench !!! Their is hardly any coordination between the HR/ management.
You need a WBS(Charge code) for anything and everything, you need a notepad , you need to fill a form, email that , get that approved and what not.
The HR is only for name sake, most of them sitting in a different city , you might work in noida and your HR in Banglore, if you are lucky and they are in the same city, they seldom hear you, even if you go to them with your grievances, dont expect them to help you coz only God knows what they remain busy with.
WORK LIFE BALANCE
You are supposed to work for over 10hrs a day, often extending you shift , wor