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On the bench

 
#1 On the bench
25/07/2007 12:03

waiting

I joined accenture about 3 weeks ago and am still waiting to get onto a project. Any thoughts on how long this lasts and any tips?

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#2 RE: On the bench
25/07/2007 12:22

profblaumann to waiting (#1)

depends. If you are an experienced hire, it might take longer (up to 6-8 weeks) as they might want to wait until a project in the pipeline is sold. Ask HR to clarify the timeline.

If you are a graduate, you should seek the visibility of SMs and SEs in the office and offer your help on proposals etc. as it's always a very good opportunity to meet other consultants and get known in the firm. I assume you have tried this route, but continue asking, and check also with your counselor and mentor if they see opportunities on their projects to get you involved. In the meantime, you can start working off your required trainings, get involved in your university team, ...and enjoy 9-5.

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#3 RE: On the bench
25/07/2007 14:14

waiting to profblaumann (#2)

thanks for this. I am an experienced hire and I guess the note of ensuring visibility still applies. atleast that is what I am told.

Anyway, will just need to wait and watch I guess

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