Salary at PwC

What are your thoughts on pay and bonuses at your company?

Too early to tell.
Graduate, Sydney
average to below average
Graduate, Sydney
Fair and performance based.
Graduate, Sydney
Pay is a little low but is compensated for in training opportunities
Graduate, Newcastle
There are no bonuses for a grad. The pay is pretty low for a Big 4. Comparatively to other boutique firms , PwC pays pretty low.
Graduate, Canberra
The salary is not at all competitive.
Graduate, Canberra
They're fine for now - we get so many benefits so this outweighs the con of the salary being slightly lower than other firms
Graduate, Sydney
Restrictive
Graduate, Sydney
Pay in consulting is known to be much less than industry. From the offers I received, the difference can be $20k
Midlevel, Sydney
Pay is not great and incentives to perform are not the strongest
Graduate, Sydney
Pay at PwC is very low! Impossible for them to attract top talent while paying so little.
Graduate, Melbourne
The company lacks clarity about the pay process. With the company paying me a day, what they charge for me per hour.
Graduate, Canberra
not the greatest pay at a junior level, if you stick around then it becomes better
Graduate, Adelaide
A graduate salary did not play apart in my decision to apply as a graduate
Graduate, Adelaide
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.
Graduate, Adelaide
Fairly standard for a graduate position
Graduate, Melbourne
Average at my level
Graduate, Adelaide
In comparison to industry, we are underpaid.
Graduate, Melbourne
Could be better but you can't expect much as you are not with this company for the pay rather the experiences you earn.
Graduate, Adelaide
Its way below the market value, with very little potential for small bonuses.
Midlevel, Sydney
Poor. Needs to rethink policy on something as menial as CPI
Graduate, Melbourne
Not bad.
Graduate, Melbourne
Pay could be higher.
Graduate, Perth
Bonuses are distributed fairly and the pay is competitive.
Graduate, Perth
Pay is low for the first 3-4 years at the organisation with the organisation leveraging their name. Typical bonuses are very small - <$1,000
Graduate, Sydney
I am paid a base salary that is completely adequate for someone in my position. While I have no experience with the bonus system (as those who have worked less than an allotted time do not receive anything at EOFY), I have heard this is very competitive.
Graduate, Brisbane
I am very appreciative of the bonus that I am meant to receive at the end of the year for having studied a double degree.
Graduate, Brisbane
The pay is roughly 10-15k below my peers
Graduate, Sydney
The pay could always be better, especially when you feel like you're working long hours and don't feel like you're being 'rewarded' for it. For juniors, the bonuses weren't very big this year, which is a bit annoying considering the amount of profit the firm made this year.
Graduate, Sydney

What are your company's best or most unusual perks? For example: free tickets, free dinners, moving expenses, taxis, pension, etc.

smartphone perks. industry membership reimbursements
Graduate, Sydney
Ping pong table, good views, social club events
Graduate, Sydney
new offices
Graduate, Sydney
Birthday leave
Graduate, Sydney
Subsidized/discounted mobile plans, gym, health insurance, etc. Social budget is generous.
Graduate, Sydney
Dinners and taxis when you work late at the office. Health week with diabetes checks.
Graduate, Sydney
Free Dinners, Plenty of Random Celebrations, Plenty of Random Events, Birthday Leave, Flexible Working Hours,
Graduate, Canberra
free tickets, free dinners, moving expenses, taxis, pension
Graduate, Sydney
Corporate phone plans
Graduate, Sydney
Travel for work and quarterly social events to bring the tech consulting team together
Midlevel, Sydney
Free lunches, free meals, ping pong table, free coffee every day
Graduate, Sydney
team lunches and all the drinks put on
Graduate, Adelaide
Team lunches, wellness benefits/incentives (ie. gym memberships subsidised)
Graduate, Adelaide
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.
Graduate, Adelaide
Pay $295 towards my gym membership.
Graduate, Adelaide
Gym memberships!
Graduate, Adelaide
Benefits such as birthday leave
Graduate, Melbourne
Free events, free food
Graduate, Sydney
Taxis, dinners and equipment relevant to business are paid for.
Graduate, Perth
Joining the social club gives you access to a number of discounts. Dinners and drinks tied to social or professional events are often also paid for by the company.
Graduate, Perth
Lots of team dinners, relaxed culture.
Graduate, Sydney
On top of traditional perks, there are always seemingly random perks going in the company- someone will be offering seats at a ball, a charity event or even a footy grand final
Graduate, Brisbane
can take a taxi home at night on PwC if you work past 8, can also get dinner on PwC.
Graduate, Brisbane
Movie tickets and gift cards.
Graduate, Brisbane
free dinners
Graduate, Sydney
free tickets, free dinners, taxis, end of engagement celebrations
Graduate, Sydney
The expense policy is really good in terms of dinners and taxis when working late.
Graduate, Sydney
The reimbursement program for mobile phones, taxis and work related travel is a real bonus. Also, the kitchen facilities are really great and add to our enjoyment at the firm. Free coffees/hot chocolates really boost team morale when in the office!
Graduate, Sydney
Birthday leave, travel opportunities, subsidised gym membership/sports.
Graduate, Brisbane