?You may not be shaking hands with me or your colleagues, but I promise you?ll be surprised at how much fun you have ? and how much you learn.? Integration Specialist, Ngaio Spencer on what #AccentureGrads can expect from our new multi-modal, interactive virtual orientation experience.?
?The first day of a new job is always a bit stressful. When you start in the middle of a pandemic, it can be overwhelming.? Orientation and Integration Lead, Laura Dodd, on how Accenture is introducing its experienced hires to remote work via an interactive #virtual orientation experience. ?
Seit Jahren erleben wir Trends, die unsere Arbeitswelt langfristig ver�ndern ? Junge Talente stellen ganz andere Anspr�che und das Zusammenspiel von Mensch und Maschine wird immer nahtloser. Die aktuelle Krise ist daher auch eine unvergleichbare Chance, alles auf den Pr�fstand zu stellen und die Zukunft der Arbeit neu zu denken:
We're really proud of the people who work at Accenture. We are 1.400 individuals. Yet there?s something we all have in common? We?re ambitious, bold, innovative and adventurous professionals with a can-do attitude. Yet we?re also humble, down-to earth colleagues who strive for positivity and thrive on curiosity. We love to learn, and learn -to lead. Our growth as a company - and as people - depends on it. It?s why we know that the only way to grow is to Grow Together. Curious to know more about your future colleagues ? Take a look at the story below!
"It is less stressful having my office one metre from my bed – rather than spending 2.5 hours every day commuting. I use my extra time to get more sleep and regular exercise by going for a 45-minute walk every morning with a friend. I have time to have breakfast with my kids. Before lockdown, I would always leave before the kids were up. Instead, we gained a beautiful moment of family time before their school and my work." Mother of three, Caroline JULIEN-VALLERIE, sees many positives coming out of the #COVID19 crisis.
Test Architecture Engineering Specialist, Arwin Villafuerte, grew up in a strict Filipino Roman Catholic culture. Arwin’s faith remains central to his life, even whilst living as an openly gay man in Australia. He explains how he balances the two.
“I do feel lucky to be living in this day and age, and working for a company like Accenture, just one of many putting inclusion and diversity at the forefront. Alongside my co-sponsor Brendan, I’ve been charged with leading the ‘gender’ pillar of our inclusion and diversity strategy. It’s not a responsibility that we take lightly.” Tracy Whybrow shares her experience being a female leader and a working mum raising sons with her partner. #PrideAtAccenture #Pride2020 🏳️🌈
Kellie Simpson was one of Accenture’s first leaders to work part-time. Find out how she blazed a trail for part-time and flex work in senior roles
Camilla, a manager at Accenture opens up about her experiences as a bisexual and shares her thoughts on fostering a culture of inclusion in our workplaces.
Clara Wong found the perfect volunteering role that fits around her day job, mentoring jobseekers with disabilities. Could you help too?