PwC Benefits FAQ

Read what PwC employees think about benefits at the company.

The most popular benefits at PwC include Vacation & Paid Time Off, Sick Leave and Maternity & Paternity Leave. If you want to see a full list of benefits and perks at PwC listed by categories, head to their Benefits page. From insurance, health and wellness to vacation and more, find out what you could benefit from when working at PwC.

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4 June 2021

Pros

Good job for what it is, free coffee, paid lunches and cabs during overtime periods.

Cons

Little to no advancement, as expected from this line of work, high turnaround of contract staff. Lots of workload during tax season. The biggest downside though is a hour long weekly meeting that goes nowhere and could've been spent better doing literally anything else

Good job for what it is, free coffee, paid lunches and cabs during overtime periods.

4 June 2021

Reviewed by: Data Specialist in London, ON (Former Employee)

18 March 2021

Pros

Good culture, good office, free coffee

Cons

Long hours, demanding clients, some teams are not as flexible.

Good culture, good office, free coffee

18 March 2021

Reviewed by: Consultant (Former Employee)

2 April 2019

Pros

Great name on your CV Free coffee, lunch facility always available, in some countries everyone gets a car and certain benefits. When the team is dynamic, charismatic and promotes team work, the work may be extremely interesting and gives you insight into how different businesses work. You may get involved in close doors meeting and find out a lot about how the system works. Fruit baskets every morning.

Cons

Depending on the country where you are based, much pressure in terms of expectations may be felt. Sometimes long hours. Working with different managers requires one to adapt to their styles in order to often see your work rewritten to say exactly the same things. One needs to always watch chargeability while some projects may have very low budgets, while requiring extreme amounts of work. Some managers do not care about the development of their stuff. The environment is often very political, even within one's team.

Advice to Management

It really matters who you end up with as a team. My experience was not great as the team was extremely small and almost never in the office, which hardly encouraged the job being fulfilling. Even though there were a lot of people in the office, one could still feel lonely. It is through computers that most communication is done, as well as work, which hardly encourages human and personal contact, which could encourage people to be more productive.

Free coffee, lunch facility always available, in some countries everyone gets a car and certain benefits.

2 April 2019

Reviewed by: Senior Associate in London, England, England (Current Employee)

31 August 2019

Pros

Good team, flexibility, fruits and coffee for free, location is good

Cons

Low payment, lack of acknowledgement, HR Is not organised, communication is weak

Advice to Management

Consider every staff the same way, acknowledge them!!

Good team, flexibility, fruits and coffee for free, location is good

31 August 2019

Reviewed by: Assistant in Bern, Bern (Current Employee)

22 May 2021

Pros

flexible, lots of learning opportunities, quick career progression, and the people are great

Cons

Busy season is exactly as it sounds - it's very easy to get burnt out and lose motivation, especially when working from home and not getting some of the perks like free dinners. Wfh also means you don't get the sense of comraderie that comes with being in the audit room during busy season.

it's very easy to get burnt out and lose motivation, especially when working from home and not getting some of the perks like free dinners.

22 May 2021

Reviewed by: PWC Assurance Associate Second Year in Oklahoma City, OK (Current Employee)

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