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Salary Revision in Accenture

Rohit Saur
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Joined: Jan 19, 2005
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Hi all,
Is anybody having idea what is the salary increment (%) in ACCenture, Bangalore.
Thanks
Rohit Saur
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I forgot to add.... its my first salary growth.... 6 months.
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Kishore Dandu
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Posts: 1934
Originally posted by Rohit Saur:
I forgot to add.... its my first salary growth.... 6 months.
Thanks


If your boss does a google search on your name, he will end up in this forum. Then you can think of what effect it will have on your salary increment


Kishore
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Rohit Saur
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buddy!For God sake pray that my boss doesn't search in google for my name!!
Varun Khanna
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Originally posted by Rohit Saur:
buddy!For God sake pray that my boss doesn't search in google for my name!!


My ex- boss used to google the name of all or some of the team members (once in a while, not sure why)

He also used to google the name of the interviewee prior to going for an interview ... and once he did manage to find multiple versions of an applicant's resumes floating on net
[ January 19, 2005: Message edited by: K Varun ]

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Kishore Dandu
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Originally posted by Rohit Saur:
buddy!For God sake pray that my boss doesn't search in google for my name!!


Google is one way of finding some ones technical competency aswell. The more the candidate showsup on the technical discussions etc on google, the first impression would be better with the candidate.
Vijay Vaddem
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should be around 10-15 %
Jeroen Wenting
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Originally posted by Kishore Dandu:


Google is one way of finding some ones technical competency aswell. The more the candidate showsup on the technical discussions etc on google, the first impression would be better with the candidate.


depending on his role in the discussion...
If all his input consists of questions of the kind "do my homework for me" and "why compiler fail plz answer asap!!!" that won't make a good impression...


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Kishore Dandu
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Originally posted by Jeroen Wenting:


depending on his role in the discussion...
If all his input consists of questions of the kind "do my homework for me" and "why compiler fail plz answer asap!!!" that won't make a good impression...


I agree
Vijay Vaddem
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So ......... how much u had then?
peter wooster
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Originally posted by Jeroen Wenting:

depending on his role in the discussion...
If all his input consists of questions of the kind "do my homework for me" and "why compiler fail plz answer asap!!!" that won't make a good impression...


That sort of post is usually on the Sun Forums from someone named "cooldude", "1337hax0r", "jessica simpson" or something similar. Those rarely use their own name.
Billy Tsai
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do they have a good J2EE team there?
what about System analysis and design?


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