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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."