Mmmmm I can say it was less like a voluntary work but the good thing I leant how to serve my country with a patriotic heart
Answered - Registration Officer (Former Employee) - Lilongwe-Malawi
It has not been a healthy environment. Management contribute to stress and did not help reduce that on levels.
Answered - Tax Administrator (Current Employee) - Pittsburgh, PA
Inclusive and open minded
Answered - Senior Accountant (Current Employee) - Charlotte, NC
Sharing and collaborative on team sites
Answered - Management Consultant (Former Employee) - New York, NY
Answered - Administrative Assistant/Receptionist (Former Employee) - Charlotte, NC
Great, high performing culture
Answered - Director (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL
The culture is deteriorating from years of being very collegial. The company grew revenue very quickly since 2010 and expects explosive growth to continue. This growth is unsustainable and unrealistic leadership expectations significantly strain the organization. Furthermore, there are conflicts of interest between the 3 main practices: Tax, audit and consulting that make consulting a challenging business (and its the growth engine). The partners have failed to invest in organizational IT and PwC systems are a horrible hodgepodge of outsourced vendors. Overall a very challenging place to successfully grow a business.
Answered - Consultant (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL
Very social with many after-work happy hours to get to know your team members.
Answered - Manager (Former Employee) - London, England
Excellent work environment
Answered - Business Support Team Coordinator (Current Employee) - New York, NY
Both people and task orient
Answered - Accountant (Former Employee) - Baltimore, MD