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Accenture & Salaries

 
#1 Accenture & Salaries
28/03/2003 00:00

Anna

Hi,

Can anyone give me some info on what kind of salaries they pay at Accenture? (I'm up for my 3rd round of interviews) They are interviewing me for role within one of their industry practices in which I have more then 3 years of experience (at a market leading company)working with strategic issues. I graduated with a MSc in International Management in 1999.

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#2 Re: Accenture & Salaries
28/03/2003 00:00

Mike

Maybe if you can tell me what area your experience is in and sector your served... I can help.

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#3 Re: Accenture & Salaries
31/03/2003 00:00

Anna

I'm up for a role within Accenture's Forest Products practice to either work with organisational design or strategy consulting. Unfortunately, it seems like the continuing recruitment process is getting delayed for a couple of months due to the uncertain macro economic climate.

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#4 Re: Accenture & Salaries
02/04/2003 00:00

ronaldo picorelli

I would like to know about salaries and benefits into this company

My area is performance management ,mainly balanced scorecard services, and my position is senior manager

tanks in advance

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#5 Re: Accenture & Salaries
04/04/2003 00:00

Ignacio Inchausti

Hi Anna,

I was with Accenture for 7 years (Tech competency in Communications & High Tech Industry group) before being downsized at the end of 2001 during the tech bust. I can report good experiences from Accenture - driven, competitive, challenging organisation. Yes, this means long days and pressure, and the pay is good. At least under better macro economic conditions of the late 90's it was good. Things may have changed since the start of the 3rd millenium. Also the strategy competency pays better than Tech, Process or Org and Human Performance (aka Change Mgt). Hope this helps.

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#6 Re: Accenture & Salaries
04/04/2003 00:00

Anna

Ignacio,

Thanks for your answer. Could you or anyone else be a bit more precise when it comes to the salary level. What should I ask for 45-50k or 60k? Or 60k, is that way to much?? I'm currently not working in the UK, so it's very hard to know.

Anna

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#7 Re: Accenture & Salaries
17/04/2003 00:00

Ignacio

Hi Anna,

To pick up where we left off, can you qualify yourself in terms of:

1. Type of udergrad qualification (+ any post grad stuf)

2. Are you currently working if so what industry and what level (eg. middle mgmt, senior mgmt, etc.)

3. What country are you in now and where are you being recurited into.

This would help qualify the salary range. Remember, as I previously stated, Strategy candidates command a higher salary provided they hold are in the process of attaining an MBA.

Regards,

Ignacio.

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