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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."