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PwC US Chairman & Senior Partner Robert Moritz
Robert Moritz
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    Current Employee - Senior Associate - Advisory in Washington, DC
    Current Employee - Senior Associate - Advisory in Washington, DC

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    Great place to work! I work with people daily that have a "give a crap" factor in what we do. The norm here is to work hard, play hard. Just like any other big 4, a lot of how happy you are depends on the market team you are a part of, and the styles of your direct leadership. Overall, I have found a supportive atmosphere and have had the opportunity to move into different roles, both client facing, and internally. Compared to my experience with other companies, PwC is superior in supporting movement into other areas within the firm, domestic mobility, global mobility, and the like. It would serve you well to get involved and know people here. Sure, relationships are important at PwC, but really, where are relationships not important? PwC tries very hard to be transparent about things that will impact employees (i.e. the new PwC Professional performance management system), and communicates pretty well about current firm events/compliance matters. They've worked hard to streamline communications by developing "PwC News" and allowing us to look at the headlines that have meaning to us. PwC strives to be fair and being smart and a hard worker is the norm here, not the exception.


    Over burdensome administrative processes due to out-of-date technology. We are still signing paper timesheets although the new process will begin in July. We are still on Lotus Notes and can't always effectively sync calendars from other mail clients. Some of the processes that we say that we must do because we serve Federal clients, can really be streamlines. Other Big 4's have figured out how to do these things 10 years ago...come on guys, we aren't THAT special. There are different standards across the firm. Acting like a Sr. Associate in one market team, could be acting like a manager in another, or vice versa. Just like every other consulting firm, working long hours is the norm...don't work here (or any other consulting firm), if you want a 40 hour work week.

    Advice to Management

    Improve Administrative and technological functionality so that we don't have to spend 30% of every day on administrative items. Do a better job helping your staff to get the development opportunities they need to get to the next level.

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