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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…
Awarded a lot of responsibility - role is in valuations and I get a lot of autonomy with some very big projects/clients. Day-to-day responsibilities include market analysis, trading/transaction comparable analyses, DCF/valuations
There isn't as much of a hierarchy in the office and everyone is treated as an equal. The teamwork is the best part each team member co-operates with one another.
Came through as a vacation student which involved an assessment centre and partner interview
Why PwC, why this team, what interests you about the subject, current affairs questions, time you lead a teamout of difficulty
Know what the team does
Flexible working arrangements. Work from home available.
Average to below average
They do a wonderful job!
Tax Academy - an internal program for training CA - support with CA modules On the job training Training sessions weekly on technical tax issues
It seems, through observing the team members on my jobs, that progression is very accessible and you just have to work for it and set targets.
There is a large commitment to diversity, but depending on what the issue is, there's very little tangible movement in the space. LGBT is fantastically covered. However, issues like women and ethnic diversity appears to fall short. The efforts to discuss this seems to be more than other firms put in though.
There have been a lot on initiatives to help out and fundraise for numerous not for profits and charities, with people of all levels participating.
The office is new and designed around activity based working - this has both positive and negative aspects. There is no dress code - people wear what is appropriate to their day ranging from tee shirts and jeans to suits.
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