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Mi experiencia en PwC fue muy buena gracias a que me tocó auditar un cliente de primer nivel, la comodidad de sus oficinas y la relación con el personal era excelente. Además, mi equipo de trabajo era muy dedicado y mis compañeros más experimentados siempre estaban dispuestos a ayudar. Aprendí de esa cultura de mi equipo, por lo que cuando ingresaban nuevos integrantes siempre estaba disponible para enseñarles y ayudarlos. Otra cosa buena a resaltar de PwC es la flexibilidad que te brinda, podía pedir días para trámites y problemas personales como también 20 días al año por exámenes. La parte más estresante del trabajo siempre llegaba durante verano, cuando a veces no teníamos tiempo ni de almorzar por la cantidad de trabajo, además de quedarnos después de hora y tener que ir algunos fin de semana para poder llegar a cumplir con la fecha de reporte de auditorías.
sueldo por debajo de la media, horas extras en verano.
Es la mejor empresa donde he trabajado, donde se respeta y cuida al empleado, es mutlcultural, relajada, respetuosa, divertida, y contenedora. Es innovadora
Overall it was a great experience working at PwC as they have extremely good working culture. People were friendly and willing to teach whenever you need help or assistance. It was quite challenging during peak, as you are dealing with tight deadlines. However, it taught me that time management is very crucial and ways to manage stress. I am glad that I joined PwC as I was surrounded with great people and exposed to advanced working culture.
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I was based in PwC Operate. It is without a doubt the most stressful workplace I've experienced. The QC's have zero experience and they will never stand over the information they give you, you will end up doing a piece of work 2 or 3 times due to conflicting/incorrect information from the teams. Operate is not really part of PwC, it's an agency essentially and operate staff are very much not treated as part of the firm (no entitlement to benefits etc for the first year). The pay is very low but you can survive on brand recognition so that's ok I guess. Any staff with talent leave within the year and those that stay don't have any other options. Basically if your very early career with no experience then go for it until you can move on to somewhere else, if your experienced then there are a lot of better firms and options out there.
The very Nature of Auditing is moving from tight deadline to tight deadline with hardly any breaks. The deadlines are either set by regulators or the clients so there is no change in sight. Work roles and responsibilities evolve rapidly and you are unlikely to be given the same responsibility and sections year on year at each client. The further into audit you got the more interesting it becomes. The work hours are the reason for any hardship. From junior management positions onward, after 60 hours of overtime in a year you no longer get even a cent more consideration for working more hours but can find yourself working past midnight for months at a time. Articles in PwC, being a big 4 firm, really does make a difference and give a great benefit.
Phone calls, meetings, unrealistic budgets. There is way too much admin to do during the day so you will usually have to put in extra hours to get things done. They do try to innovate technologically, minor setbacks but they have achieved more than most. I sensed a biased approach when it came to management but most try to be fair.
One of the most unprofessional and cheap auditing firms in Bahrain. They hire and fire easily as the CSP says that everyone is disposable. He is very naive and mainly focuses on admin tasks rather than actual business. He constantly fires people in HR dept as he doesn’t see a need for HR and wants to prove it to the region. Only people that are safe are those who serve his personal needs. Otherwise even people in our audit department are sick of the CSP and upper management arrogance and unethical behavior. People work insane hours and have been in the company for over a decade yet they are never promoted and their salaries are way below market. The regional heads are mainly focused on squeezing the life out of people and then they talk about be well work well and integrity. Don’t listen to their speak up initiatives and the values they advertise because the second you speak up about any wrong doing of a senior then you are immediately fired. Be sure of that and don’t take the risk if you have obligations. This is a very ruthless and cruel organization that mainly appreciate criminals rather than human beings.