Productive Place to Learn and Utilize Skills
ADMIN SPEC./CLIENT BILLING COORD. (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – July 27, 2017
PwC was a very good place to work. Unfortunately due to budget cut and downsizing, many were laid off. A typical date at PwC was starting at 6:45 a.m., turn on my computer, checking the many emails and responding prior to everyone arriving at the office. My day was complete with multi-tasking, working with internal and external clients, reporting directly to Partners and interacting with all levels to complete various tasks. I would begin by telling everyone, "Good Morning" and then meet with all executives to whom I have been assigned to discuss their calendars and critical matters that they needed to handle prior to starting their day. There were times when my normal routine would be changed due to a crisis, change of plans, or emergency meetings. Every Monday I would immediately begin printing weekly revenue reports for each executive to discuss at the weekly all hands meeting. I would also be responsible for updating everyone with the Administrative matters in the office and/or company. Following the conclusion of the meeting, if there were requests to do handle a task, I would first complete those tasks and then move forward with completing tasks that were awaiting my attention. At the end of the day, I would write my notes, enter my time and utilization hours and then organize the work for the following day based on the nature of importance.
Sometimes free lunch, as I often ate at my desk; great training and classes to brush up on matters, benefits, pay, and other fringe benefits
Lots of cliques, favoritism, and a revolving door