I've stayed here for almost 4 years and it was my first job. The company is the best but some of the account are not. Politics are everywhere especially in my account. Our prev OM is great but was replaced by someone from overseas and that is where i felt not being valued anymore maybe because he lacks compasion with his employees. I felt that I was just a walking metrics for him and for the newly elected supervisors. The environment become toxic because of them. Monthly engagement was a breath of air but it become less and less with the new site lead. It was heartbreaking to witness a happy account turns into something its not. However as a company itself it provides great start up salary even for newbie. Benefits are great especially whit their SPF and they also offer you not just to stay as an employee but you can also become one of the stakeholder of the company. Really the best.
Basic salary, benefits and incentives
Should choose their people well. Politics are everywhere
Wouldn't have quit if I didn't migrate to the UK. Great place to work for growth and development. Loved working with my bosses from the UK. I would love to work again with this company.
Benefits, Trainings, Development
Employees who want to work in another country shouldn't be a hassle
It was fun while it lasted. The company is great, the salary is competitive, the benefits are many, and the facilities are very pleasing to the eyes and comfortable. I think the main struggle or concern is the work-life balance but maybe it depends on the type of project or account you are handling.
Free lunch, benefits, salary, allowance
Sometimes there is no free lunch, minimal work-life balance
Was uploading applications but now taking incoming calls. How to use new programs. I feel that the management team is not listening to issues and concerns that employees are having, take to long to respond. I work from home which is nice. The job is not hard. Helping clients get application in on time is very rewarding to me.
Demanding environment that has big reward payoffs in career exploration and career advancement. The company has many opportunities to engage with smaller communities with shared interest which lends itself to being a part of a shared collective community within the larger company environment.
great company for career exploration and career advancement
sometimes work / life balance is off kilter
The workplace environment is very amicable and relaxed. People are very helpful and kind and always there to assist you when required. There's a mental satisfaction working here.However, I am ONLY talking about my department, i.e., the Google Ads department. For the rest, I've heard that there's not much mental peace. But if you're looking for working with Accenture for Google Ads, then it's a definite go!👍
Free pick-up and drop facility, free breakfast and lunch. If you're doing overtime, you get free dinner as well. No shift changes, ONLY morning shift 8-6. Other than that, there's cafeteria in each of the 11 floors and you're free to gorge on any drinks you prefer, there's also bread, fruits. Easy to approach managers & TLs, and loads of other benefits.
If you're staying in Gurgaon itself, then great. But, if you're staying in Delhi or Noida or Ghaziabad or any other Delhi NCR region other than Gurgaon, then you must be ready for an exhaustive 2+2=4 hours travelling to and fro.
I know that's sort of a cop out, but it's true in cases where you work for a enormous company like Accenture. It depends on which project you're on, who you know, and who will support you in your career. It's very niche, but if you can find the right one, then you'll be very successful. Otherwise it's easy to be just a cog in a wheel and not feel like you're working towards anything meaningful. I think overall it's a good place to work at just to gain experience. Whether you stay long term or not will depend on what I mentioned before.
Compensation and benefits are fantastic. Work/life balance is hit or miss. You earn a healthy amount of PTO but many times can not get the time off so can potentially lose it. In management days are very long. It is also questionable how effective a manager you can be for your people when your team can number more than 50. Like most companies these days they overkill pushing political views and inclusion and diversity training. There is a lot of opportunity to build knowledge and skills but at times the amount of “encouraged” trainings can be overwhelming to the point of affecting your ability to do the job you’re paid to do. Every time a client contract ends you must seek and interview for a new role. Maybe I am old school but I feel once you are hired by a company you should have a job and not have the added stress of being unemployed every few months/years. If you enjoy a lot of change or are a ladder climber you can do well. If you want to just do the best job that you can with longevity until retirement you may end up elsewhere.
Little job security, inconsistent work/life balance