PwC Employee Review
Long hours, low pay, bad culture
The hours someone will work at this company are unhealthy, regardless of what the recruiting literature says. You will be paid less than the average salary for position unless you devote your life to the company and become a partner. So much effort and money goes into the public relations here but, in the end you are put behind a computer to work 50-100 hour weeks.
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Culture, pay, hours
Great place to start and develop your career but the compensation could be better for the number of hours required. A typical day at work involves finding out where your assigned for the week/day, and then plan your work according the time allocated. A great deal of independence is expected and you will be expected to be able to find yourself useful quickly to avoid getting a bad review at the end of the performance evaluating year.
Poor remuneration and long work hours
Training is given at the start so even with no experience, you can feel more assured before going to client's office. Plenty of friendly people. Need to work hard as you are expected to have exhausted all resources before going to the senior/manager for help.
Claimable expenses for transport
Hectic hours depending on department