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    Tax - International Assignment Services

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    Current Employee - Tax Senior Associate in Stamford, CT
    Current Employee - Tax Senior Associate in Stamford, CT

    I have been working at PwC full-time (more than 5 years)


    Overall good company to work for. The best aspect is the investment they make in you. You will have ample amounts of training both in the classroom and on-the-job. Bonuses are offered for getting your credentials (i.e. CPA, EA, etc) and company covers the cost of training materials. The work is challenging and there are plenty of opportunities for advancement. Office atmosphere is relatively relaxed in the off-season. Pay and benefits are satisfactory and in-line with the market. Will do what they can to make you happy so you remain with the company - plenty of other internal job opportunities. Can work remotely when needed.


    You will WORK. They often preach work / life balance at the top, but it rarely flows to middle and lower management. Staff may leave and not be replaced without any change in the amount of work resulting in existing employees taking on additional assignments. More compliance work is being transferred overseas. Busy-season can get stressful and you will see your co-workers more than family. Office politics can influence management decisions (fairly common in the workplace).

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    Push for employees to use what little down-time they have to take time off work or use flexibility options. Adjust utilization and other benchmarks so employee ratings are not affected by time spent out of the office. Office politics can play too much of a role in management decisions. Keep some low-level compliance work in house so staff remains technically proficient and labor pool isn't diminished. Continue investing in employee development - it pays off.

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