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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…
Diverse and broad
Dependant on specific team. Level of cooperation, flatness of hierarchy heavily depends on service line
Resume + Cover letter Panel Interview with Partner and Manager
Introduction Behavioural Questions Why I wanted to work at PwC Why I thought I was a good fit Did I have any further questions?
Best practice for an interview is an interview itself. So apply for multiple firms and do mock interview session at university with the career guides
40 hours per week. The organisation is flexible to an extent about the hours worked on an informal basis. Formal adjustments are able to made to working hours.
Benefits such as birthday leave
Yes they do, they are involved and were once in the same position so they know what you're talking about.
I like that there is regular training at different intervals during your time here. It adds to all the on the job training you get.
If you perform well, you get promoted.
Big drive to promote Diversity and inclusion. Good with gender and LGBT, need to do more culturally and with people with disabilities.
There are many diversity projects around the firm. There are a lot of research, committees and partnerships the firm has. However, as I previously mentioned, a lot of this seemed to be more centered around talk than tangible actions.
Brilliant office and love the dress code policy.
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