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Dear All,
Currently I'm working in my native and 6 months back I was with a small company and since there was no job security, i did a job search. I got selected in Accenture last November and also submitted documents. But after that there was no response from them for 2 months and in between I got another offer in a medium sized company in my native itself and joined there.
Now, I have just completed 2 months in my new company and now Accenture has called and confirmed my offer. I'm in a dilemma now whether to accept this offer or to continue with the current company itself. They have also considered my current package which 6LPA and provided 30% hike from that. Since the location is Bangalore, I have to shift from my native and also my wife is working in native. With respect to package, I will be getting same package, what we both are getting here in our native. Also my kid has just started with her KG.Can you please suggest me on what decision to take in this regards.

From India, Coimbatore
It is like a saying, what you have in hand is better than what you gets somewhere else, I would suggest you continue with the present company. Accenture like companies has hire and fire policy, in case you misfires your family in doldrums.
From India, New Delhi
Dear Friend,
I am agree with Mr. Jagat Kumar, you need to carry with your current company as this is in your native place and even your wife is working there. You will get family support and care in your native place only as your kid is small.
No doubt Accenture is a good company but shifting to Bangalore will be expensive and cost of living is very high in Bangalore as compare to other Cities.
Rest is your choice but discuss with your family before taking any step as it will effect her job too.
Chill HR
https://www.facebook.com/HRGang

From India, Gurgaon
It is better not to take chances, you work where u are cuttently working, for you for your family.. you have ample to time to think & switch to Big companies later..
From India, Mumbai
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