Executive Assistant Specialist (Former Employee) – Tysons Corner, VA – August 28, 2018
I loved working at PwC, it was a good place to grow and I would go back to work for this company. I enjoyed the work environment and the management. I was an Executive Administrative Assistant for Partners, Managing Directors, Directors and all of their staff.
Place to learn and grow; opportunities for advancement
Tax Consultant (Former Employee) – New York City, NY – October 15, 2018
Great place to learn and develop your technical and consulting skills. Competitive pay with great benefits and time off. Rewards based off of sales and profits. opportunity for growth. Good teaming culture.
E-learning Manager (Former Employee) – tampa FL – October 14, 2018
I worked as a partner assistant, e-learning Manager and Helpdesk Researcher during my employment at PWC. I enjoyed working for PWC and felt it helped me mature and grown successfully. It was a hard job sometimes because I would work late. I really enjoyed traveling occasional with the company.
Awesome people to work with
we were bought out by IBM and I was eventually laid off!
Assurance Associate (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – October 11, 2018
At PwC, we measure success by our ability to create the value that our clients and our people are looking for. Our reputation lies in building lasting relationships with our clients and a focus on delivering value in all we do. We’re a network of firms in 158 countries with more than 236,000 people who are committed to delivering world-class capabilities and quality in assurance, tax and advisory services.
MANAGER, LEARNING & LEADERSHIP (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – October 9, 2018
Long hours and travel not rewarded by leaders, either in recognition or in pay. Great training, great culture, really strong leaders at the top. Hard to make a difference--performance review system is flawed.
Partner (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – October 9, 2018
My 22 years at PwC (21 as a Partner) was an extremely challenging and rewarding experience. My colleagues and clients that I had an opportunity to work with in Dallas, Cleveland, Orlando, New York and DC made working at PwC an exceptional experience.
This is ancient history for me, but it was a good place to start. It was busy during the tax deadlines and more regular when not. I learned a lot in my time there, especially before the merger. Afterwards, there was a lot of jockeying for position between the two offices, and people started leaving. I was one of them. But it was a great first job to have.
PwC offers absolutely no work life balance. You have no free time and are expected to work 16 hour days for an extended period of time. I was at the beck and call of my supervisors and had to drop everything at a moments notice for work.
Managing Director - Management Consulting Services (Former Employee) – New York, NY – October 8, 2018
PW and than PwC is a great place to work, learn and have a career. The opportunities are enormous for those who take advantage of them. One must seek a place to grown within the organization and than move in this direction
Great place to start out at in an accounting role as you are exposed to many different clients and industries. The culture has high expectations and allows you to learn a great deal when just starting out of college.
Executive Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – October 4, 2018
I truly loved working for PwC, and I had a great Team by my side. It was sad to go, but it was time. My personal life required me to be closer to home, and PwC was unable to alter my hours or offer me some sort of work share so I could be home with my baby. In the end, although sad to go, I knew it was time for a change. But I'd still highly recommend working there.