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Working Hours at PwC
- Average rating for Working Hours, based on 142 reviews6.6 / 10
How flexible is your company when it comes to hours?
Flexible working arrangements. Work from home available.
Very flexible (can come in late and work later if there are no meetings scheduled).
Working to client deadlines can make it hard to be flexible
8.30am - 7pm
Very flexible - no real fixed hours, though they can be long during busy season.
Hours during busy season are long but flexible work options are offered
On previous projects I work about 8 hours a day. It's just this project I'm working an average of 9 hours and sometimes work more than 12 hours a day. In my previous projects it was super flexible where I could work from home and leave and come in 1 hour early or late.
The company is very flexible with its hours and attempts to keep this alive even when working on client site. However, there is an underlying expectation that you are required to do more hours to keep up your firm profile.
extremely flexible. can work from home any hours you want as long as the job is done.
Long hours, but flexible
Work hours are really good and the company is very flexible to accommodate any changes or requests
Very flexible, and is entirely dependent on your workload (which can be controlled) and how effective you are with your time.
Company is very flexible, long hours during busy season usual
One thing I love about PwC, is the ability to work flexibly. I once flew in from a different country, and due to my flight being delayed, I couldn't make it to office in time. However, as my laptop was with me, i could plug into the network and do work as if I was at my office.
flexibility is good
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
PwC is flexible in general but still questions why you are not "at work" rather than being accepting of what you are doing and that you are working flexibly. In general good culture regarding work hours, e.g. dont work too hard, but understand that we will have our busy periods where you will be expected to work longer hours. Emphasis on asking for help with workload if necessary.
There is opportunity to work from home, and other flexible arrangements.
During busy periods you can spend 15 hours in the office most days. Not the best work life balance.
My company is very flexible and you can tailor your working hours to what suits you best as long as in the end you get the work done.
The company has a flexible work hours policy, but the culture looks down upon it. Flexible working hours mostly means you are expect to be able to work outside regular office hours as well.
Flexible as to how I do them, but pretty poor as to volume right now.
Work hours can get long during busy seasons. However if we have plans, the company is very supportive for us to leave early.
8:30 - 6:30 on normal days, but depends on your work and can easily leave work earlier if you have done everything. Can also work from home
The company supports a work life balance and also enables employees to work from home.
Work hours are generally 8:30 - 5, however, these hours are flexible and some work can even be completed at home.
So far the hours aren't too bad, but also I don't aspire to a promotion based on what I can see
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.
I generally work long hours as there are additional company commitments outside the hours I work for clients, but my work is in a sense very flexible as I am not obligated to work in the office- but can choose to sometimes work from home or coffee shops, just whatever suits me.
Company is reasonably flexible. I haven't had much need for flexible hours but when I do my team is accommodating. Some days I don't leave until late but this is only some of the time.
During busy periods you are expected to stay late - but so does the rest of the team so you're never left on your own. On a standard day I set my own hours - starting and finishing earlier than most in the office. I also work from home one day a week - which helps with work/life balance.
Standard is 8-5. Company says it is flexible, but does not actively encourage it honestly.
Busy periods : roughly 12 hours Otherwise : 7.5 - 9 hours
PwC is very flexible with its working hours. I can work at anytime and from anywhere I prefer. But the working hours are very long (10-12 hours), especially closer to deadlines and signing dates.
My work hours really depend on the client I'm on and how the job is going. Generally, at the end of year-end jobs, I tend to pull more hours and weekends sometimes. On lighter jobs, I can easily leave at 5/5:30. For me, it's about leaving on time when you can/ when you're not too busy so that you're not too tired to work late when you have to.