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10 days ago

Regulatory Operations - Submissions Manager

Accenture Winnersh, England

Choose Accenture for a career, where the variety of opportunities and challenges allows you to make a difference every day. A place where you can… Accenture


17 days ago

Project Analyst

Accenture Newbury, England

There are a limited number of roles available that close on 31st August 2014, however we fill on a first come first served basis and you should apply… Accenture


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    Pros

    Accenture always has one eye on the present and the other on the future. The firm is open to new ideas and technologies thus creating opportunities for employees of all levels to be continuously learning and challenged. Work from home days can often be easily agreed although regular work from home is more challenging and primarily role dependent. The company has strong values and ethics and well published internal policies. The company has truly embraced the nature of being a global firm.

    Cons

    A strong internal network is required in order to succeed and progress within the firm. This is most easily demonstrated when seeking new role opportunities for growth or promotion. Strident competition for best annual ratings means there is pressure to work long hours (i.e. be visible) and to be available and contactable outside traditional office hours. Executive leadership can often appear distant from the experiences being encountered by those "on the ground".

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    Provide increased communication, support, transparency and parity in the process of open internal role fulfilment rather than primary reliance on the informal network. To remember true management and leadership is a two way street, it requires communication, trust and empathy to flow in both directions if the best business results are to be achieved by an engaged team.

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