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PwC US Chairman & Senior Partner Robert Moritz
Robert Moritz
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    Diversity is a problem

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    Current Employee - Senior Associate in Rotterdam (Netherlands)
    Current Employee - Senior Associate in Rotterdam (Netherlands)

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    Having PwC on your resume looks great. Having worked a few years for PwC is enough to get you that big job you have dreamed of. You will however have to give up a lot to get to that place. The question you have to ask yourself when considering PwC is: how far am I willing to go to be successful?


    There is a tendency, at management level, to take credit for all the work that the seniors and associates do. The managers ends up getting a big bonus while the seniors get a pat on the back and a good appraisal. Management should know by now that the world that we live in has changed. Prices keep increasing. The world we live in revolves about money. A pat on the back is nice, but by far not good enough to reward staff.

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    Effective strategies should be developed to decrease the turnover rate. High turnover is an indication of dissatisfaction among employees (this definitely contradicts the results of this website). As long as the turnover rate remains high, the company will not be a good company to work for.

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