We offer a comprehensive, flexible, and market-competitive benefits program. Our benefits package reflects the diversity and mobility that make PwC unique. It provides access to programs that can be tailored to meet the personal health and financial well-being needs and goals of our staff and their families. The benefits program also reflects our philosophy of shared responsibility. PwC pays the full cost of some benefits. For other benefits, our employees share the cost with the firm. For certain other coverage, our staff pay the full cost. In addition, some benefits have service requirements that must be met before benefits are available.
Very good benefits including including $1200 per year student loan paydown for students with college debt.
Very good benefits, as you would expect from a firm such as PwC.
High co-pays on the insurance, but I guess that's pretty much the standard nowadays. HSA available with high-deductible plan.
The different options to invest your 401k and matching program are positive. The vacation time as well as extended holidays and unlimited sick days are great perks.
As an intern there isn't much of a benefits package, but the company lets you know about the many benefits that the company offers such as maternity and paternity leave, how many weeks off you get per year, etc.
- I really don't see anything wrong with it. Maybe they can extend the maternity leave. I might be outdated, but last time I heard, the duration is only 3 months.
The firm is helping you pay off your student loans. Associates/ Senior Associates are eligible for $1200 paid toward student loans.
Retirement wealth builder account - the firm puts away a % of your annual salary for your retirement. This is different than the 401k.
As an associate, there is no room for negotiation in salary. 401(k) package is pretty basic with limited investment opportunities since PwC audits so many large companies.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.