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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…
Varies heavily day to day, projects are different each week/month
Technology Consulting here is very mature so the team is quite small. Culture is quite good but unsure if this will be the same as we expand or grow.
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
PwC is very flexible with regards to when and where we can complete our work, however when we are required to be on a client site our flexibility is restricted to their working hours
Remuneration increases as you progress however starts off unsatisfactorily as a graduate. Bonuses are becoming commonplace but no real emphasis on them at the firm.
Pays for my education : CA. Pays for my attendance to various events that I represent the firm at. Has a benefit available for out of work fitness activities.
Very accessible in general, have a "coach" that is a great mentor, generally very available to communicate with & receive feedback from.
The initial induction is good when I completed the internship; however, I started part-time shortly after and there was no induction process as a part-timer or grad when I transitioned to grad. I also wasn't welcomed as a new grad when the transition occurred. The advisory team also does not have any formal training procedures so all training is on the job. This has made catching up to speed on a number of topics challenging.
There are numerous promotion opportunities which are based on merit and performance. To be considered for a promotion, you basically have to be performing at the level you want to reach i.e. a junior needs to demonstrate senior qualities to be considered for a promotion. You also have to have managers/ partners who support your promotion request and can 'vouch' for you.
There has been a lot of recent communications about diversity and inclusion at PwC. There is also a big push for diversity in upper management which is exciting.
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