PwC Compensation FAQ

Read what PwC employees think about their compensation at the company.

PwC has a compensation and benefits rating of 3.3. If you want to know how much PwC employees make, head to their Salaries page to see a list of salaries per occupation, along with bonuses.

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13 English questions out of 13

17 August 2019

How often do employees say they are paid at PwC?

Pros

You will get salary on time

Cons

Dictatorial leadership No controls over processes Staff encouraged to get brownie points over others Extremely nepotistic Private chat rooms and stabbing in the back are norm

Advice to Management

High time to address the attrition rate. It all boils down to leadership. Best staff are leaving and only yes women are left behind

You will get salary on time

17 August 2019

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10 June 2021

What are sales commissions like at PwC?

Pros

Collaborative and sharing community - Caring Leadership

Cons

low pay and no commission

low pay and no commission

10 June 2021

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8 January 2019

Does PwC offer bonus pay?

Pros

Great work culture, work from home option, great benefits and bonus, year-end holidays, flexible working environment

Cons

Too much project pressure due to less man power

Great work culture, work from home option, great benefits and bonus, year

8 January 2019

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6 August 2020

How do employees feel about sign on bonuses at PwC?

Pros

Plenty of benefits to go around

Cons

There is no signing bonus

There is no signing bonus

6 August 2020

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7 August 2020

What are pay raises like at PwC?

Pros

Good benefits, smart people, Tim Ryan is great

Cons

The better you do the more work you are given and the less time you have without any significant increase in pay, eating hours and the budget are a top priority, there is really limited opportunity for lateral mobility among groups once you get started in one group, managers are not given adequate management training, turnover is high

Advice to Management

Increase pay to decrease turnover, the tone at the top is great (Be Well, Work Well, Flexing, etc.) but this is not practiced or supported by managers

The better you do the more work you are given and the less time you have without any significant increase in pay, eating hours and the budget are a top priority, there is really limited opportunity for lateral mobility among groups once you get started in one group, managers are not given adequate management training, turnover is high

7 August 2020

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