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Anonymous shared this review of PwC, United States on Jul 27th, 2021
"This is one of the greatest companies I have had the pleasure of working for. They always have new and improved software and programs to learn that will only better the entire Firm and its Clients. As well as making the employees more accessible. They try very hard to help each individual do their best and do not give up easily."
Anonymous shared this review of PwC, United States on Jun 30th, 2021
"I would say that each office has its own culture. The best group of people I've ever worked with and the most toxic environment I've ever encountered were both at PwC. Avoid the small market offices to be safe. I would also say that PwC has the highest expectations technically and professionally for its people - the average employee there functions at the same level of only the very highest performers at the firm I left to go there (also a big 4 firm). Other "transplants" from big 4 firms agree. It's more intense but very rewarding."
Anonymous shared this review of PwC, Panama on Jun 15th, 2021
"Keep in mind each PwC office around the globe works as an independent company and the only thing they share is the brand. While I thoroughly enjoyed and learned the most from my PwC US experience, nothing even remotely close will ever describe my experience working for PwC Interamericas (Panama office)."
Anonymous shared this review of PwC, United Kingdom on May 27th, 2021
"Be clear what your progression pathway is and find a sponsor early on who will back you. It’s very relationship focused so get in with the right people early or you will be ignored for projects and promotions."
Anonymous shared this review of PwC, United States on Apr 22nd, 2021
"It is a great workplace to start right out of college since you do learn a lot. However it is not sustainable to work here long term given the demanding hours. "
Anonymous shared this review of PwC, United States on Apr 5th, 2021
"Its great if you want to slog for the rest of you life, there is no flexibility in terms of hours spent, work doesnt speak much its more about how much you butter people up and how many hours you spend. Also work is adhoc. You have to be ever ready to take up things!"
Anonymous shared this review of PwC, United States on Dec 18th, 2020
"Work like a single male and you'd make it. They will definitely work you to death."
Anonymous shared this review of PwC, United States on Dec 16th, 2020
"There are ample opportunities for growth and development across the firm."
Anonymous shared this review of PwC, New Zealand on Dec 14th, 2020
"It's good for the beginning of your career, but it is difficult for a woman to make Partner from within. There have been several female Directors and Partners brought in from the outside, notably the head of Tech Consulting and in MC Healthcare, but there is little chance to have a long career here and work your way up. "
Anonymous shared this review of PwC, India on Sep 8th, 2020
"- Expected to work over the weekends. Top Management in consulting (customer) is from outsourcing industry hence expectations are to work every weekend. - The partner is a bully. So is his team of directors and cronies who are into favoritism - No respect for managers and below. Rude behaviour with expletives given as a formal feedback. - People quitting every 3rd week. Seen female colleagues quitting more due to 'not-so-nice' behavior ironically by a lady boss."
Anonymous shared this review of PwC, United States on Aug 12th, 2020
"Depending on the group, there’s very few woman in leadership roles. Not having anyone set an example beyond a senior associate makes it difficult to imagine staying much longer beyond that. "
Anonymous shared this review of PwC, United States on Oct 21st, 2019
"PwC allows you to customize your schedule based on your personal and professional priorities. As long as you are able to get your work done timely, there is a lot of flexibility to work remotely and flex hours throughout the week. "
"Really generous maternity leave and several options for flexible work arrangements including work from home (100% or some days per week) as well as reduced work hours/PT, possible across all job titles all the way up to Partner. If you are well-ranked and valued the firm will do what they need to do to keep you."
"A little bit of a boy's club vibe, but most people are great."
Anonymous shared this review of PwC, United States on Sep 11th, 2019
"The overall management of the organization is poor. They do not listen to staff are all talk. HR does not support the staff and is too close (i.e. friends) with management. Therefore, they will protect them regardless of how unethical they behave. Staff can be over worked and management has a tendency to place unrealistic goals on them."
Anonymous shared this review of PwC, United States on Aug 23rd, 2019
"It is a great company to meet incredibly driven individuals but over time you come to realize that people it is not a meritocratic system but rather a game of big-company politics and bureaucracy. This contributes to a toxic culture. "
Anonymous shared this review of PwC, United States on Jul 10th, 2019
"Great organization with an awesome culture. Flexibility is fantastic and perfect for balancing life outside of work. "
Anonymous shared this review of PwC, United States on Jun 25th, 2019
"Be strong, don't show vulnerability, fight for yourself as no one will fight for you. "
"This firm has more women in leadership positions that any firm I've worked with before and the focus on equality within diversity and inclusion outpaces anything I've ever been exposed to."
"PwC is aggressive about implementing policies that encourage equality, inclusion, and diversity in the workplace. The tone is strong at the top and you can see it being carried out by their employees almost daily. It's not perfect by any means, but they have made a lot of progress in areas that a lot of companies haven't even began to think about (especially in the Finance/Client Service industries.) "
"PwC culture is about embracing change, as a woman at the firm it is important to continue to break barriers and push conversations. "
"PwC is a great place to work for women - the people are very caring about you as an individual and accommodating to needs. As long as you can get the job done and clearly communicate, you have ownership on how. "
"Flexibility Personalization Acting on Be Well, Work Well Retention Fulfilling Opportunities to change careers"
"PwC offers opportunities that I haven't seen with other employers. The firm encourages growth which may not necessarily mean a promotion. Yet, you are offered opportunities to work on a variety of projects, increase your technology skills and collaborate with different teams. As a result, you're expanding your network and developing critical skills."
"PwC provides tremendous benefits to new parents and we also recognize the need for formal Flexible Work Arrangements which offer a creative way to provide high-quality service while enjoying additional personal freedom."
"The policies from leadership are all heading in a great direction - I'm proud to work for a firm that is on the right side of history. Most teams you would work with embody that policy and truly believe in many of the good policies the firm has put into place. Talk doesn't work without action to back it up, and PwC has made it their priority to encourage action."
"PwC invests in it's people. There developmental opportunities for everyone and you are encouraged to make the most out of your experience no matter who you are."
"PwC does not just talk about Diversity & Inclusion but actually practices it daily!"
"Create a network of fellow women to build a support system, and seek out male mentors who can champion you"
"Generous PTO, week off at Christmas and Fourth of July but not enough to balance out the hours worked. Compensation needs to be higher too"
"PwC Offers great flexibility when the role allows. I personally get the opportunity to work remote and fix my schedule. As a grandma raising a grandchild we are back in Kindergarten. I could never do this without the support and flexibility my employers affords me! :)"
"Fantastic family friendly policies, flexible work arrangements, supportive leaders and a culture of kindness "
"There are lots of opportunities for you to grow your career. "
Anonymous shared this review of PwC, United States on May 15th, 2019
"I love the different affinity groups within PwC where I have been able to build my network and meet other women who have turned into mentors."
Anonymous shared this review of PwC, Spain on Apr 10th, 2019
"Very small company, run by men and nearly all the employees are male. Little interest in improving conditions or providing benefits. "
Anonymous shared this review of PwC on Mar 12th, 2019
"Undeniable some differences in subcultures across the firm, but within Advisory, it's been welcoming towards women and women from underrepresented groups. Also have dedicated career / leadership experience programs specifically for different underrepresented groups."
Anonymous shared this review of PwC on Mar 5th, 2019
"Stress importance of work-life balance; however, in my role, we are expected to be available outside of traditional business hours regularly. I find that I often work long days supporting people across multiple time zones."
Anonymous shared this review of PwC on Feb 28th, 2019
"You will always have to fight hard for your opportunities. Make sure you are prepared for that"