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Reviews by PwC graduate employees
- starstarstarstarstar4.1GradAustralia surveyed 138 graduates working at PwC. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate. 138 responses.
- Flexibility, work from home, other employee perks, projects we are doing
- Flexibility in regards to work arrangements and a very social/vibrant culture.
- The brand
- great team
- Culture, support, work policies (flexible working, casual wear, study policies), new building with up to date technology.
- sometimes the late nights
- Hot desking!
- The hours
- long hours don't care about personal longer term career goals
- Lack of support for juniors, lack of transparency
What insiders say about…
I have more responsibility than graduate level
It depends on the individuals that make up the team - in my case, my team is supportive, constantly challenging me but ensuring that I have the appropriate guidance
Typical long process of online testing, video question answering and phone interview before an assessment centre. I did like that the final interview took place at the assessment centre.
Standard questions about my experience and how that would help me in situations at PwC.
Learn the values, and understand your transferable skills that you have picked up through work, volunteering and Uni.
PwC is flexible in general but still questions why you are not "at work" rather than being accepting of what you are doing and that you are working flexibly. In general good culture regarding work hours, e.g. dont work too hard, but understand that we will have our busy periods where you will be expected to work longer hours. Emphasis on asking for help with workload if necessary.
Free events, free food
Most managers are very helpful
Training occurs multiple times per year
Essentially to get a promotion you need to be fulfilling the roles of that level above
Diversity was actually discussed in detail in the most recent morning meeting. Our team in particular seems strong in this regard.
Have a project to limit waste, work in an energy efficient building.
Location is great, fantastic facilities. Hot-desking can sometimes be a problem. Lots of recreational spaces and activities (VR, Playstation, table tennis, etc.)
The company office is considered a 'paperless' office where minimal amounts of paper are used and employees are heavily encouraged to utilise computational equipment to carry out day-to-day tasks.Join us to bookmark!
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