phone reimbursement, health reimbursement, snacks, fun space, technology
I have been working at PwC full-time (More than 3 years) its very good
Training (Masterclass) & unpaid leave
Birthday leave, flexible working, unpaid leave up to 10 days and purchased leave
Flexible working options for staff
you could work 3 weeks overtime and only get 1 day time in lieu
Second chance. There is one of my friends got second from China to Australia and got a permanent role in Melbourne.
Salary as per the local industry standards. But the worst thing is there is almost no annual growth in salary. You would work forever on the same salary if not promoted.
Market leading parental leave i.e. 18 weeks primary, 3 weeks secondary, can be used flexibly and available to all FT staff (regardless of time employed)
I think the benefits at PwC are in line with most other companies. Nothing crazy. If you develop a good relationship with your manager you have the opportunity to be quite flexible (best benefit)
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.