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Accenture: Services Workforce (London)

 
#1 Accenture: Services Workforce (London)
16/10/2007 15:40

quink

Hi, I'll soon be joining the Services workforce in London. I'll enter at Level C. Any insight on how the Services roles differ from the Consulting roles in terms of remuneration and career progression? How easy or difficult is it to move up from Level C to Level B and so forth?

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#2 RE: Accenture: Services Workforce (London)
16/10/2007 18:31

anon to quink (#1)

am i only one bored with accenture questions - they have all been asked before - every other thread is accenture - so what - a big SI company that does it a bit of strategy - that's all

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#3 RE: Accenture: Services Workforce (London)
16/10/2007 19:23

Anon to anon (#2)

Why be so pessimistic and stereotypical? This, by no means, is intended to begin another Accenture debate. However, there is far more to Accenture than SI and a "bit of strategy". Please do not post when you clearly lack the insight and experience to do so. You either a) are unambitious and are stuck in SI with no end in sight or b) are ignorant and/or work for a competitor and are motivated to simply prop yourself up by knocking others down.

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