- Équilibre travail/vie privée
- Culture et valeurs
- Diversité et inclusion
- Opportunités de carrière
- Rémunération et avantages
J'ai travaillé chez Accenture à temps plein (Moins d'un an)
-Excellent office conditions
-Highly competent and knowledgeable professionals
-Offer opportunities to work on projects with leading corporations and institutions
-Excellent access to knowledge platforms, and research data providers
-Large offer of online trainings
-Risk to face abusive/belittling & mobbing behaviours - When experienced professional with 7+ years - company can ask you to book meetings rooms for weeks, the team lead of a project will push you below an intern in your second week and make improper remarks on your physical appearance.
-In case of conflict - no protection from leadership level or HR - a culture of silence is practiced against leadership abuses or misbehaviours -
-100% German - beside the strong number of non-German speaking hire - if you are not comfortable with the practice of German language - it will be career limiting factor in upper management and in different fields of expertise and will subject you to limited responsibilities in project assignments -
Conseils à la direction
-Train Leaders/HR staffs alike on healthy working culture / Implement best practices on mobbing and set in place protective measures to protect employees from malicious practices and protect their professional integrity
-Offer respectable working conditions to prevent employee's burn out
Le processus a pris 3 semaines. J'ai passé un entretien à Accenture (Kronberg im Taunus (Allemagne)).
1) Introduction with all candidates + company facts
2) Group Case
3) Single Case + discussion with internals
5) Multiple Choice Test
6) one-on-one interview
7) Company presentation
Constant observation, so be present, attentive and thoughtful.
In the end, Accenture Technology has an outdated remuneration model, which bugged me quite a bit and states the contrary of innovative in my opinion. Candidates who are just finished with their studies with less to none working experience would end up getting more than someone e.g. 5 years in business/ with working experience. I don't think the model is tailored to future needs.
Questions d'entretien d'embauche