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Positively competitive and always pushing your limits, great job environment and great support system.
Pros: Quick advancement Positive attitude Great team attitude Challenging yourself all the time Cons: Can expect a lot at times, which may result in being overworked.
First day finished at 3am from then on for four weeks drove none stop for 10,000km a week! Insane , whilst each department is different and there are excellent oportunities and exposure there are definitely some challenges to the work life culture.
The tasks are easy to do when you ask questions and are good with excel. However, you hardly get many shifts as a casual worker. Management keeps hiring more and more casuals (maybe to prove a point). Also, managers are very unorganised, even from the very beginning. For example, you give them your TFN and then 3 months later they ask for it again like they have lost it.
Easy going; Supportive team;
Long days; unstable source of income; very unorganised company
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PwC is in general a great place to work (although not everyone has a positive experience) - Great brand name - Fantastic modern office with great facilities - Great location - Great work/life/balance (not everyone experiences this) - Flexible working including working from home - Up-to-date technology - Very social / fun place to work - Great people and culture - Excellent learning & development opportunities - Opportunity to network and work with well-known clients
Social, Flexible working
PwC is in general a great place to work. The work can be interesting and rewarding even exciting sometimes. It is however not for everyone and not every business unit is created equal. Work life balance is terrible particularly in consulting but that is consulting in general. I believe that they are genuine about doing something about it but is the industry. They are generally pretty good at letting you work around life's necessities. As a resource for different projects those you work with up and down the chain can be difficult to work with. If you have kids it can be difficult with the travel and long hours. As a graduate it is a career golden ticket as an experienced hire the conservative culture can be difficult.
Great industry exposure
Long hours, travel, conservative, some difficult personalities
Excellent learning & development opportunities, great variety of client and exposure to projects. Trying to improve work/life balance but have a ways to go in practice before that is widely adopted. Great team - young, fresh, wanting to learn and grow and very hard working.
Forte d'une expérience de 4 mois au sein de PwC Melbourne, je suis intervenue sur plusieurs cycles (fournisseurs, immobilisations, trésorerie, capitaux propres, clients, personnel et fiscalité) sur trois engagements. J'ai également aidé à la préparation des rapports.
Fun at workplace with Fizzball and many activities that one can do. A true environment to learn and experiment. I truly enjoy the workplace culture and find it fostering innovation and team work. The hardest part of the job is to challenge yourself and develop innovative solutions that add value to client, team, and firm. The most enjoyable part of the job is to celebrate success.
New Experience Everyday
Long Working Hours