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C1 grading - please help!

 
#1 C1 grading - please help!
15/12/2014 23:14

Newbie

Hi all

Wondering if anyone can tell me the actual salary for Capgemini for C1 - C3 grades?

Thanks!

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#2 RE: C1 grading - please help!
02/03/2015 11:39

sprinter to Newbie (#1)

This post covers your grading question in great detail -

http://forum.top-consultant.com/uk/84054/38/Accenture-Internal-Career-Level/

All the best

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#3 RE: C1 grading - please help!
02/03/2015 13:09

MikeTC to sprinter (#2)

The post above is about Accenture gradings, which work completely differently.

At Capgemini C1 is the starting grade (associate consultant), usually for graduate joiners. Expect about 35k.

Takes approx two years to go from C1-C2, although if you're coming in with experience it may well take less. Expect about 45k if you go up internally as a new C2 (consultant), but up to 55-60k if you're moving in at C2 and are considered valuable. C3 (senior consultant) is usually 60k ish for those coming up internally, and takes about two-three years from C2. For those moving in it again can vary widely, so you could be talking tens of thousands more for an experience hire (reflecting usually much more experience). C3 is also where you start getting a bonus linked to sales targets.

Hope that helps

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#4 RE: C1 grading - please help!
02/03/2015 13:45

sprinter to MikeTC (#3)

Good point MikeTC - sorry my bad. Note to self - avoid multitasking.

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#5 RE: C1 grading - please help!
13/03/2015 08:46

kingsman to MikeTC (#3)

C3 (senior consultant) is usually 60k ish for those coming up internally

Is that basic salary or including the cashable FlexFund?

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#6 RE: C1 grading - please help!
31/03/2016 14:32

Nykyr to MikeTC (#3)

Hi Mike, can you shed any light on what the grading system looks like currently?

I have seen mention of the 'A' grades (in Technology), and am interested to know how these stack up in terms of salary, and vs. C grades etc.

Thanks. N.

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#7 RE: C1 grading - please help!
07/04/2016 10:07

C123 to Nykyr (#6)

Hey Nykyr,

That's a big question... All consulting is 'C', climbing from 1 to 5, then you're at VP level, SVP, CVP.

A, B, etc gradings aren't used in Capgemini Consulting (at least in the UK) but are in other business units / geographies. A lot of the different areas have grown up differently, as acquisitions, etc, so the grading varies a lot.

From VP onwards grades are fairly consistent, but until then I believe there are about 9 A grades to the 5 Cs... so you can roughly map them across. Lots more promotions available, but smaller steps, obviously.

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