Depends on your team
Super high work load that goes totally underappreciated if you get a bad manager. Reorganizations come abruptly and you might get a different culture. HR has good initiatives to keep things in check, but it all depends on what network you can build - good networks will support and protect you. Stone-age IT that is very slow to transform and keep up with business.
People are squeezed like lemons and then throw away
People are squeezed like lemons and then throw away, if you really want to work in a Big 4 and deal with the terrible work/life balance typical of the industry, consider joining one of the other 3, as at very least they respect (slightly) people more.
Assistant Manager in Genf, GE
Great post uni place to grow
After a few years in different PwC offices, It is now time to live PwC. There was no typical day at work, no usual thing: this is what audit and Big4 are about: bringing multiple challenges to you in a very short period.
This is what brought me back to the firm after my internship and my last year at the university. But this is also the reason why I am leaving now: time to grow otherwhere.
"Work hard, play hard, but never forget why you came in the first place."
From my first coach, 6 years ago....
Co-lead Global Account Manager (Banking), Senior Associate in Zürich, ZH
Uppskattar kulturen pà PwC ang. det globala nätverket och möjligheten att jobba med olika kulturer
Senior Consultant in Zürich, ZH
Work-Life balance does not exist.
No time to learn - just produce.
Colleagues are great and supportive.