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I have been working at AccenturePros
-In ATS/ANSS you can join with very little technical experience and get put through a technical bootcamp for skills such as Java, tester, etc. Great for gaining experience right out of college.
-For the consulting workforce, analysts start with 25 vacation days a year and great salaries. Even interns make more money per hour than beginner ATS/ANSS full-time employees. Loaner laptops for consulting.
-Great people, lots of fun, overall young workforce with lots of smart, helpful coworkers.Cons
-ATS/ANSS employees start with 12 days vacation time and low pay (just above half) compared to consulting workforce beginners, with promises of possible advancement. No loaner laptops.
-Consulting workforce either must travel or should be willing to. A minus for some. Most travel is from non-DC employees flying into DC weekly.
-Bad apples/micromanagers here and there. If you're stuck with one, hard to get into another role.
-Some roles are body-fillers to charge clients for that extra body; very unfulfilling since very little responsibilities or tasks are given to those.
-Happens randomly where you get changed from your original role to another role that no one wants to fill in the team.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Hire what you need (i.e Testers) rather than placing whoever in roles not suited for them.Doesn't RecommendNo opinion of CEO