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Pitcher Partners

4.2
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Pitcher Partners Reviews

Based on 16 surveyed graduates working at Pitcher Partners. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate.
4.2
Based on 16 reviews

Pros & Cons

  • Friendly staff, good working hours, very social culture with lots of outside of work activities.
  • Good people, great culture, everyone gets along, free to be yourself.
  • The support and training you receive.
  • The culture - all staff at Pitcher Partners, fellow graduates all the way through to Partners are very friendly and approachable. While there is a hierarchy, it is less structured than I would have imagined in a corporate environment. This made the transition from university to work much easier.
  • You feel like a part of a family. There are also so many opportunities for learning and growth.
  • Remuneration. Very slow increases for large increases in workload and responsibility.
  • The training can go beyond normal work hours.
  • While it is a corporate environment, I didn't expect to be at my desk quite as much as I am.
  • The long commute to the city, although once you're in the city it's fantastic.
  • Limited movement between areas.

What Insiders Say

7.1
Career Prospects
7.1
Career Prospects
The possibilities are definitely there but you have to work hard to get them.
8.7
Corporate Social Responsibility
8.7
Corporate Social Responsibility
Casual day once a month to a small charity.
9.4
Culture
9.4
Culture
Overall - very supportive senior staff - open to answer all queries/concerns at most times; Very strong after-work socialising culture.
8.3
Diversity
8.3
Diversity
There is a huge variety of people at Pitcher Partners with people of many different races, religions, ages and a fairly even balance between males and females.
8.5
Satisfaction
8.5
Satisfaction
Given that I have only been here for a few months, there is still a lot of learning from both training and one-on-one time with individual staff members. Completing tax returns, BASs, setting up documents, analytics etc.
8.4
Management
8.4
Management
Managers are very accessible, the firm has an open door policy. Managers are very valuable mentors, I have been provided with excellent feedback from managers on areas I am doing well in and areas I should be looking to work on for the best chance at career progression.
7.7
Office Work Environment
7.7
Office Work Environment
Green recycling bin as well as regular recycling, people don't seem to understand what bin to use though. Plenty desk space. Dress code is suit dress for males, and tieless.
8.7
Recruitment
8.7
Recruitment
I was hired through the vacationer program and offered my graduate role as a result of that. For the vacationer position I undertook one interview, completed an aptitude test and attended a networking session. It was a lot of questions asking me to explain a time where I used certain skills such as organisation, team work, communication, etc. Be well rounded and don't hesitate to sell yourself and your abilities.
6.3
Salary
6.3
Salary
My pay is very reasonable, considering that I have minimal knowledge and experience. No bonuses as of yet. The social events. They are always catered for and drinks supplied. They are also very frequent.
8.3
Training
8.3
Training
Lots of training is provided for graduates.
8.1
Work Hours
8.1
Work Hours
Hours are really good. I don't have to stay back that often, certainly less than expected.
6.9
Sustainability
6.9
Sustainability
The company is trying to become more paperless but it is not an easy feat.