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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
Young, energetic and enthusiastic
A mix of expected professional and personal questions
Volume - apply to as many places and do as many interviews and video interviews!
Work hours are really good and the company is very flexible to accommodate any changes or requests
Not the greatest pay at a junior level, if you stick around then it becomes better
Team lunches and all the drinks put on
There is a culture of regular, 'in the moment' feedback as well as scheduled coaching meetings.
Formal training is good, with senior lawyers from different practice areas, as well as professionals from other lines of service, providing informative 1 hour long presentations on their work. Opportunities for informal (day to day) training, which forms bulk of learning, is mixed. Great diversity of work available, but difficult to learn because of associated lack of repetition/familiarity with legal area.
2 years as graduate then not sure after that.
Paternal leave. Maternal leave. Supporter of LGBT.
Getting rid of university degrees as a requirement in the hiring process. Hiring non-traditional education backgrounds.
There is a movement to providing skilled volunteering to not-for-profits. There are also 'socially relevant' reports and pieces of research published by the firm. There is also a movement to define the organisation as having societal relevance - the CSR aspect of this is not clear however.
We work in an open office with no assigned desks or seating, each floor has a bathroom, kitchen, and lockers.
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