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.
Overall good health and medical plans
Vision, dental, medical, and 401K offered!
Good health insurance. If you're sr. associate and above, PwC encourages giving $50 or $100 bonuses for good 'work'.
Good 401k and matching, expensive health plan, great with vacations days 22 days at a year, student loan payments, paid cellphone.
401k benefits are not great. Matching 25% up to 6% of salary and only vests fully after 5 years (partially vests after 2 and 4 years) Lots of time off - 15 days PTO plus an extra ~10 firm holidays. Other benefits are kind of cool like perksatwork.com and the virgin pulse app which gives you money for working out and keeping up healthy habits etc.
Benefit package not very high!
Good package PTO Vacation Good Health Insurance
Benefits at PwC are great. They invest in their employees. Talk to HR and they will answer all your questions regarding your benefits. Employer-provided retirement benefits are an essential part of the reward package. They also are a financially-significant long-term investment for employees and employers that require well-considered strategic management. Employers are challenged to manage risk, control costs, and align retirement programs with overall people and business strategies and objectives. Employees need their employers’ help to make better decisions so they can reliably achieve their retirement-related goals.
i was very impressed by the benefits they offer. from day one HR was great at going over everything that came with being a part of the team
Package is decent. Cash bonuses can be erratic. Training needs and sponsorship need more focus. The new cohort model is at best debatable.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.