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3.8
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Accenture Australia and New Zealand Reviews

Based on 60 surveyed graduates working at Accenture Australia and New Zealand. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate.
3.8
Based on 60 reviews

Pros & Cons

  • The culture and people are great to be around. There is a sense that they care about graduate development and growth.
  • Lots of different opportunities. I wasn't sure what I wanted to do once I finished University, this job has enabled me to try different things and work in vastly different areas. Great so that I can figure out what I want/like to do whilst gaining experience and skills across industries.
  • Incredibly supportive team. Lots of variety in work. Flexibility to work from home. Vast amounts of resources and access to training. Good social and community engagement.
  • The culture and the impact that the company can bring to the wider community.
  • Flexible work conditions, nice people/seniors, training programs and certifications and social events
  • Self-driven development can be hard but is rewarding if you have drive.
  • Can be difficult to get into the exact area you want
  • As the teams are spread across Australia it can be hard to connect on a personal level with your teammates and colleagues.
  • It took a while to get project work.
  • The biggest challenge is understanding where I will have the most impact and making my way to that point

What Insiders Say

7.3
Career Prospects
7.3
Career Prospects
Clear progression with bi yearly reviews, very transparent about the promotion process
8.4
Corporate Social Responsibility
8.4
Corporate Social Responsibility
Paid volunteering hours, sustainability must be built into every single project from the proposal stage.
8.1
Culture
8.1
Culture
It's great. There's a really strong sense of camaraderie and a feeling that from day one, there are so many communities/groups and people there to help at the drop of a hat. Out of office, there is a great emphasis on socialisation and getting to know your colleagues - which is great. it's very much up to you how much or how little you want to engage.
8.7
Diversity
8.7
Diversity
I think Accenture is good at providing many different groups and events for women, ethic minorities and LGBT. As a woman, Accenture made me feel empowered when applying and attending their assessment day. I have enjoyed attending the TA women's network
7.3
Satisfaction
7.3
Satisfaction
Client engagement, data analysis, deliverable preparation, overall support to wider team (consultants and managers).
7.9
Management
7.9
Management
Within my project, my managers/supervisors are very accessible and offer an abundance of help. They seem to care for my progression and spur me onto bigger and better things constantly.
8.0
Office Work Environment
8.0
Office Work Environment
Great kitchen and bathroom facilities. Snacks available and two spacious fridges for food. Awesome coffee machine too! Dress code is great as it is pretty flexible. I would say the attire is minimum business casual and you can dress up from there
7.9
Recruitment
7.9
Recruitment
The interview process and assessments were very intuitive and were conducted in a way to make everyone feel at ease.
7.0
Salary
7.0
Salary
Very good for a first-time grad with room to grow
7.7
Training
7.7
Training
Accenture has great training and development initiatives especially for a graduate. You can gain almost any type of training at Accenture from cloud, to security to coding- just to name a few!
8.5
Work Hours
8.5
Work Hours
Accenture is Hybrid. Your hours depend on your project and often its stage of delivery.
8.6
Sustainability
8.6
Sustainability
Importance of net zero, energy efficient office architecture, recycling stations for coffee cups, compost bins for organics.