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7 days ago Solution Architect Senior Manager - Location Negotiable

Accenture Washington, DC

· Deep knowledge of architecture components - sales, marketing, and service clouds · Ability to define and communicate the big… Accenture

12 days ago

Health CRM Sales Transformation Senior Manager - Location Negotiable

Accenture Washington, DC

• Minimum 5 years leading health plan sales technologies, including and Microsoft Dynamics CRM • Minimum 5 years of leading CRM… Accenture

7 days ago

Military Service Members and Veterans - USA (15)++

Accenture Washington, DC

Required Skills: • Other than Dishonorable Discharge from any branch of the US Armed Forces • Relevant work experience in one or more of the… Accenture

6 days ago

Federal - HSF Originator

Accenture Arlington, VA

An active security clearance or the ability to obtain one ay be required for this role. Candidates who are currently employed by a client of… Accenture

8 days ago

Management Consulting Physician Manager

Accenture Washington, DC

• M.S. in related field such as Medical Informatics • 4 years of clinical experience (after MD) · Ability to travel up to 100% Professional Skill… Accenture

29 days ago

Oracle Transportation Management Consultant +

Accenture Washington, DC

• Minimum of 3 years experience with Supply Chain Management and Logistics functions. • 100% Travel required (Monday-Friday) • Bachelor's… Accenture

19 days ago

SAP Enterprise Data Management Consultant

Accenture Washington, DC

• Knowledge of one or more SAP EDM toolsets (MDM, Metadata, Data Quality) such as the SAP MDM/MDG suite (incl. Business Objects Data Services), IBM… Accenture

5 hrs ago

Federal - SAP FI Consultant (Funds Management). – new

Accenture Washington, DC

• Demonstrated experience with the SAP Federal solution. • Experience with Full development lifecycle: requirements, design, build, test, deploy… Accenture

16 days ago

Health Payer Medicare Management Consultant - Location Negotiable

Accenture Washington, DC

• Master's Degree (e.g., MBA, MPA, MPP, MHA, MPH) • 3+ years Medicare experience Professional Skill Requirements • Proven success in… Accenture

12 days ago

Accenture Federal Services - Management Consulting Intern (15)+

Accenture Washington, DC

Basic Qualifications We need people who are able to challenge conventional thought, offer unique perspectives and deliver innovative solutions for… Accenture

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    Growing dissatisfied

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    Current Employee - Level D in Washington, DC
    Current Employee - Level D in Washington, DC

    I have been working at Accenture full-time (more than 5 years)


    1. Competitive pay for entry level employees
    2. Great job for introduction into a professional company
    3. Decent growth potential


    1. Moving above mid level can be very difficult. It can become quite political.
    2. Management ignores supervisor input in employee evaluations. (Supervisor rates well, Management claims average or less)
    3. Over the last two years management has made the choice to reduce benefits for employees that are not client based. No business can run without support staff, however Accenture has made a clear choice to not provide any raises or bonuses for those employees.

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    Management has made a clear choice. That choice is to only support employees that are client based. They claim they are trying to provide capital savings for future growth. That would be fine if all branches of the company were equally effected. "Services" employees received bonus and pay increases however "enterprise" got nothing. In one week the company has alienated almost all support staff. The company owes every employee an apology. Although the company has strengths the last two years have had record profits and reduced benefits. Walmart provides its staff a raise average of 20 cents an hour every year. Accenture provided 0 cents. It is something people need to thing about when looking for employment.

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