Director Security Cons Alberta Public Sector (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 11 October 2018
Treated me with disdain and was the most insulting organization i ever worked for in my 30 years of experience. They are focused on accounting and didn't care about Technology, treated my group like garbage. if you are an IT person stay far away from these jerks!
Great place to launch your career as a professional
Coordinator (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 3 October 2018
Great place to work, amazing opportunities to learn and develop business acumen and leadership skills. Work culture is far by one of the best and as is the work life balance. Although there will be some days that you will have to put in extra hours but all in all work life balance is great.
Assurance Specialist (Current Employee) – London, ON – 20 September 2018
Generally good. Threw new hires in the deep end because there was no time to provide training for a certain new project. That is my only complain. Need to improve their management because ineffective management tends to happen the bigger a company gets.
Associate (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 16 September 2018
I have learned a lot while working with the company. They provide a good work life balance and great ability to work as a team. They provide a lot of materials you can read and learn to advance your knowledge.
Senior Tax Associate (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 15 September 2018
Routine formula are applied to compute US and Canadian taxes for Individual expatriates. Work load is concentrated from February to May, each year. Good training materials provided. I was employed by the Toronto office of the PwC.
Trainee, Audit and Tax Advisory (Former Employee) – Kuwait – 1 September 2018
While I am highly grateful for the experience I gained while working at PwC as well as the few very helpful colleagues I had, it was not the easiest place to work in. This refers to any office politics and favoritism on behalf of upper management. Additionally, while I managed the work life balance well, this company is not for someone who wishes to have an equal amount of work and life balance.
Senior Associate (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 20 August 2018
Overall PwC is a good start into the work force, you will appreciate the learning opportunities in the first years and and the learning never stops. Office politics can make it difficult to advance at a certain point. Work/life balance during busy season is virtually non-existent.
Senior Manager (Current Employee) – London – 7 August 2018
Landing a position at PwC comes with expectations in terms of project delivery and hours to put into your employment. However, god opportunities are frequent and there is good mentorship. The network is vast and it is up to you to use it based on what you want to accomplish.
Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 2 August 2018
Amazing environment to be a part of, especially for graduates beginning their career. The exposure to such a working environment early on in a graduates career really ingrains the importance of organisational culture to both productivity as well as professional development .
Partner Assistant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 26 July 2018
The culture of this place I found to be geared more towards a younger staff. It is also laid out with too many managers and not enough staff. Anything you need, you have to go through quite a few people until your request even gets noticed.