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PwC

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Current Employee - Senior Associate in Seattle, WA
Current Employee - Senior Associate in Seattle, WA

I have been working at PwC

Pros

Brand
Training
Well known
Brings great talent to work in the firm

Cons

Long Hours
Compensation
Client demands
Benefits are limited
Vacation time

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    Overall a stressful company to work in, but with good pay.

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    Current Employee - Consulting in San Jose, CA
    Current Employee - Consulting in San Jose, CA

    I have been working at PwC

    Pros

    People are professional to work with.

    Cons

    People are overwhelmed to show any appreciation for the work others have done.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Firm culture needed to be re-examined to create a rapport environment that makes people comfortable to work in.

    Recommends
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    Demanding place to work where collaboration and teaming were disincented.

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    Former Employee - Manager in Hartford, CT
    Former Employee - Manager in Hartford, CT

    I worked at PwC

    Pros

    PwC has great name recognition, hires the best and the brightest and provides ample opportunity for one to stretch in areas outside of one's comfort zone.

    Cons

    The cons primarily revolved around the way the company was organized around Audit, Tax and Consulting. Each of the organizations operated as silos and it was very difficult to truly have team collaboration because of the revenue split between the partners on projects. This drove bad behavior by teams to not bring in the relevant specialists on certain engagements which would short change clients. Additionally there was no distinction between selling and delivery. As one advanced in the firm, the emphasis became about revenue generation rather than project delivery.

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    There has to be an organizational model that will foster service delivery that will allow for alternate career paths between delivery and sales. Training and opportunity around both will make a big difference in the output generated by staff.

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