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Capgemini salary

 
#1 Capgemini salary
11/07/2006 16:58

Jill to deleted (#0)

Does anyone know how much (on average) a graduate can expect to earn at Capgemini on completion of the CDC programme.

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#2 RE: Capgemini salary
12/07/2006 12:08

ray to Jill (#1)

peanuts

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#3 RE: Capgemini salary
12/07/2006 13:34

CapGrad to ray (#2)

Surely, I will have to be certified as mentally retarded if I think a £32.5 grad pay is peanuts?

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#4 RE: Capgemini salary
16/07/2006 11:36

expCG to Jill (#1)

It is around 29.5-32.5k

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#5 Re: Capgemini salary
17/07/2006 16:57

flo

hello Jill,

I'm sorry not being able to help you. But may be you can help me. It's about capgemini... I'm french and I would like to make a 6 month long internship as junior consultant at capgemini. and to improve my english, it will be better if I could make it in USA. Do you know a contact at capgemini???

Thank you very muche

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#6 RE: Capgemini salary
23/07/2006 11:13

anon to expCG (#4)

ExpCG,

I started in October as a grad, on 30.5k, so I'd be surprised if that was the middle of the range for a promoted CDC'er! I think it's upper 30's-low 40's.

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#7 RE: Capgemini salary
24/07/2006 10:05

CapGrad to anon (#6)

anon,

I am struggling to see where anyone on this thread referred to "promoted CDCers". Although you are right about the figures for promoted CDCers.

The whole CDC starting package was £29.5K in Oct but was raised to £32.5K in Jan.

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#8 RE: Capgemini salary
03/08/2006 14:16

expCG to anon (#6)

you are right, I should have read the post more carefully! That's the starter package! But I would handle the expectation of high 30s-low40's after two years DEVELOPMENT program even more carefully, depends a lot on your performance!

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#9 RE: Capgemini salary
21/08/2006 14:22

Anon to expCG (#8)

The CDC starter package is approx £32.5k depending on the flex benefits you pick. My understanding of the CDC scheme is that all CDCers get promoted off the scheme after 2 years (or 18 months in exceptional cicumstances) on the SAME pay... I don't know the exact level of pay but my guess (as a current CDCer) would be in the low 40s. If i find out the exact salary I'll let you know.

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#10 RE: Capgemini salary
21/08/2006 14:51

A to flo (#5)

Hi Flo, I can't really help you as I don't know anyone working for CG in the U.S. I would advise you tho to apply on line and send as many applications as you can...You can also send an email to the HR explaining what you are exactly looking for (French don't do things this way but it is really useful) Good luck!!

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#11 RE: Capgemini salary
16/10/2006 18:05

Anon to Anon (#9)

That's broadly correct. When you get promoted from the CDC (C1 grade) to Consultant (C2) grade, you'll typically jump upto £39-£40k. The C2 grade band stretches to high £40k

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#12 RE: Capgemini salary
15/11/2007 19:47

Anon to Anon (#11)

Is their any sign on bonus for graduates starting the CDC programme?

Also, what is the CapGemini holiday entitlement for CDCer's?

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#13 RE: Capgemini salary
16/11/2007 11:55

Andy to Anon (#12)

No bonuses for graduates... neither when first joining nor during the first 2 years.... 25 days holiday + bank holidays/weekends of course!

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#14 RE: Capgemini salary
11/03/2008 19:35

Another Anon to Andy (#13)

Why not use the search option on this board! I found this thread (33489) within 30 secs, which provides a wealth of information. Are you sure you have what it takes to be a MC?

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