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c1-3 salaries

 
#1 c1-3 salaries
24/01/2007 13:41

acnc1

Curious to find out the c1-3 salaries from different companies.

I'm a c1 at Accenture on 41k

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#2 RE: c1-3 salaries
24/01/2007 13:46

capgC2 to acnc1 (#1)

C2 @ Capgemini. (This is approx ACN C1 eqvt).

£39k

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#3 RE: c1-3 salaries
24/01/2007 14:12

anon to capgC2 (#2)

What do these equate to in terms of age?

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#4 RE: c1-3 salaries
24/01/2007 14:31

acnc1 to anon (#3)

I'm 25, joined acn at 23

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#5 RE: c1-3 salaries
24/01/2007 14:44

Sultan to acnc1 (#4)

C grade, KPMG, 27, £50k

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#6 RE: c1-3 salaries
24/01/2007 14:59

capgC2 to Sultan (#5)

26, joined Cap at 23

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#7 RE: c1-3 salaries
24/01/2007 15:21

anon to capgC2 (#6)

Do you all like where you work?

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#8 RE: c1-3 salaries
24/01/2007 15:23

acnc1 to anon (#7)

Yeah, believe it or not there's actually quite a few people who are happy at Accenture.

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#9 RE: c1-3 salaries
24/01/2007 15:31

anon2 to acnc1 (#8)

Hi acnc1, Do you mind letting me know what area of ACN you work in i.e. group? Also, am I correct to assume you have performed very well in your appraisals etc to reach C1 and your salary within 2 years?

Is there any difference between OG for career progression at the moment?

Thanks

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#10 RE: c1-3 salaries
24/01/2007 16:24

anon666 to anon2 (#9)

2 years is the standard time at analyst level before promotion to c1 (longer depending on what time of year you joined because promotions are late in the year)

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#11 RE: c1-3 salaries
24/01/2007 18:09

John P to anon666 (#10)

I think the best way to give this information is to provide the whole package (salary, benefits, max. % bonus, car allowance) instead of salary alone.

I know Cap gives very high benefits package, almost 3 times Deloitte's benefits package.

acnc1 and capgC2, are the figures above salary only or total package?

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#12 RE: c1-3 salaries
25/01/2007 12:32

recent IBM bod to John P (#11)

So what about dear old IBM?? joined grad scheme with 2yrs industry exp after uni, been with IBM 1.5 years, top rated and on 26k! Sounds like I am being shafted but is it ok to apply elsewhere as a consultant with 1.5 years 'broad' consulting experience??

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#13 RE: c1-3 salaries
25/01/2007 13:36

capgC2 to John P (#11)

£31k basic + £5k car + £3k other flex bens. No bonus.

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#14 RE: c1-3 salaries
25/01/2007 13:40

To IBM man! to capgC2 (#13)

I came from a (badly paid) industry, and some years ago now was paid the same as you after 2 years in, before moving... my missus is a midwife and started on higher basic than you!

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#15 RE: c1-3 salaries
25/01/2007 16:20

John P to To IBM man! (#14)

capgC2,

You package overall is about 4.5K higher than the graduates on the CDC but your base salary is 2K less than theirs.

I take it it you joined from industry with very limited experience? I have heard of C2s with some high level of experience with total package in the very high 40s.

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#16 RE: c1-3 salaries
25/01/2007 16:35

Bingobango to John P (#15)

Has anyone ever thought about the possibility that different people get paid different amounts depending on their experience, previous salary, quality etc.?

Shocking theory I know, but I work in a Big 4 and know that the salary range for my grade is over £10k.

Present a balanced and dynamic service to your employers and start to ask the question 'how can I maximise my earnings in this situation' when they promote you, rather than worrying about what everyone else earns. If you're really not earning your fair share than go for promotion to another firm, but think seriously about moving mid-grade; it's very difficult to re-establish yourself and a £2/3k bump probably isn't worth it.

In the mean time you can't escape the fact that your peers are either better or worse than you, and their pay will reflect that.

Unless you're me of course, and then you would know that they're all worse than you and that's why you earn so much!

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#17 RE: c1-3 salaries
25/01/2007 16:52

Beebop to Bingobango (#16)

2.75 years experience, Deloitte, 42k

Beebop

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#18 RE: c1-3 salaries
25/01/2007 17:05

PA-CA to Beebop (#17)

PA, CA, 34k basic, 3.9k car, bonus - tell you in 2 weeks!

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#19 RE: c1-3 salaries
16/02/2007 18:40

anon to PA-CA (#18)

PA-CA

It's been two weeks and you never got back to us?!

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#20 RE: c1-3 salaries
19/02/2007 08:54

PA-CA to anon (#19)

Aha...That's because I failed to appreciate how the PA machine works. I've had my annual appraisal/feedback, but won't find out about bonuses etc. until mid March. However, I was promoted, so I should get enough for a good watch.

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#21 RE: c1-3 salaries
10/04/2007 22:46

me to PA-CA (#20)

PA-CA what happened?

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#22 RE: c1-3 salaries
11/04/2007 11:41

PA-C(A) to me (#21)

24% bonus and 25% payrise

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