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Two main qualities of Accenture Australia: - The quality of the higher management. They all know their business very well and are ready to help. - The work could be challenging due to diversity, but very rewarding as well. Last point Accenture has a good work life balance , you do not not work 12 hours a day.
Very collaborative culture and very interesting projects
Fast paced and had to catch up with the project delivery schedules Stretching is must beyond the committed time due to work load but also a promising learning environment
Plenty of Learning opportunities, Team collaboration, good growth in career
I started as a graduate with Accenture Australia and did a straight run for 12.5 years. Have lot of gratitude to the firm. Due to a year of losses, company had to hand over redundancy to me with fariness and respect.
Opportunities to learn and work with wonderful people.
Complicated operating models.
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I highly recommend Accenture as a place to work. It's a flexible fast-paced workplace where staff are treated, and expected to behave, as volunteers. There's plenty of opportunity to learn and grow provided your keep the client's interests foremost in your thinking.
Good working culture with work from home flexibility which really help to improve the contribution in day to day work and save time which is consumed during commute home office
I have enjoyed more than 10 years in the company and always got the work life balance I wished. The management is awesome, always looking to improve to bring the best of everyone. However, the growth may reach plateau if you are a long timer here. Most enjoyable part is vast global network and friends that you make in the company from all over the world.
I've learned a lot about working in Accenture. Work terminologies, problem solving abilities, a bit of time management and productivity. Learning how to balance your life and work is not easy but has been tolerable there. Hardest part is obviously being under-pressure of achieving a goal in your project. I personally think that the most enjoyable part of the job is the environment, the people in the team and somehow the growth that can still vary but if being in the right track- is really enjoying.