As with the other big 4 firms, PwC heavily invests in its staff whether it be on a professional development level or a coaching level. The culture is fantastic with a very diverse range of people and skills.
Senior Associate, Audit and Assurance Group (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 January 2016
- people in the firm are great. I have worked with many talented individuals through out the years. - There are very limited work-life balance as we often spend 60 hours of more to work per week. The deadlines are reality we have to meet.
A nascent management consulting firm in the early days
Principal Management Consultant - Energy Practice (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 24 December 2015
PWC developed into industry silos and provided a management consulting service during the start up of this skill offering. Providing SI expertise in the Utilities, Finance, Health industries. The Hardest part of the job was changing clients mid project. The most enjoyable part was the successful delivery of a project,and a happy client.
great place to learn, intelligent people to work with
Audit Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Dublin, D – 21 August 2015
Working with smart people. Professional environment. You learn a lot. Great experience. Opportunity to travel. Great benefit, flexible, talented people I work with great people I learn a lot every day I learn about commitment and dedication in work It's a great school after The school
Senior Associate (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 August 2015
Great support throughout the CA-CPA process. Many opportunities to gain technical accounting and audit experience as well as leadership and management experience, including client and partner facing interactions.
Tax Accountant PCS - IS (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 31 May 2015
PwC is a challenging workplace. Being a team player, as well as being able to meet the deadlines, and to also manage the workload with understating that there have to be a balance between work and personal life.