I’m the begging you would feel great and happy working there but in time you realize it is very stressful environment not because of the work itself, it’s because the management they make it very stressful place to be successful.
The job it’s easy
Too much micromanagement, miscommunication, not enough opportunities for growth
They are always looking for the best people, so interview process is long and they will check all your background. The onboarbing process helps you to connect with the company and this way you do not feel lost
Good way to start your career
With all the COVID29 situation is difficult to know your future
Accenture have a different projects, There is one project with Arabic management and they are too bad and not professional and they help their community according to the nationality and what you will give to them you will get what you want. The hardest part is the shifts schedule and week off , You will get what shift you want if you are their friend and too close to them.
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: PROS: 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. And now, CONS: 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 and you would not receive the rest of what was owed to you until the following month so if you have sky - 更多...
Competitive and positive environment that I love because somehow it push me to think out of the box and do more to contribute something good to team.
Reviewing and analysing developers products from Arabic countries to be synced with policy that given by our client before it publish to the public. Also, give new ideas to keep our workflows more efficient.
The team mate is owesome. They are willing to help you if you are facing any problems regarding to works without hesitate. I have learned a lot from the team
I am so delighted after joining at Accenture I consider that this is the first organization from where took my life a new turn to emerge and financially support and caused it to remove lot of the problem and issues witch were stand like a wall in my life I am so thankful.