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I enjoy working for Cap

Employee or workerWas working at Capgemini in Stuttgart at the time of the assessment.

I think it's good about the employer

that we face new projects creatively and treat each other very well. You can also book your trips yourself and plan your work around private appointments.

I think it's bad about the employer

There are few opportunities for expectant mothers and fathers to work in a permanent location, provided they have traveled a lot beforehand.

Working atmosphere

The climate is very nice and friendly. There is no "up-or-out culture"


The company management communicates regularly, but is very far away from everyday life on the project.

Cohesion of colleagues

The colleagues in one department live all over Germany. The colleagues on the project are your "family"

Work-life balance

The amount of free time depends heavily on the project culture. Most of the time it is 6 p.m. at the end of the day.

Managerial behavior

As a traveling consultant, you see your manager in person once or twice a year, otherwise there are monthly telephone conferences with the department.

Interesting tasks

The projects usually last about 3-12 months at a project location with 2-20 colleagues. You arrive on Monday morning and return Thursday evening.

working conditions

There are smartphones, laptops and leasing cars. There are no desks of your own in the office, as you are rarely there as a traveling advisor. On Fridays you are mostly in the home office.


I would recommend Capgemini as we are not as "American" as we are other consultations

Career / further education

At the beginning, young consultants receive external SAP training including certification. Experienced consultants have to fight for a training budget for external training.

Dealing with older colleagues

Environmental / social awareness