PwC Employee Reviews in Boston, MA
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Your experience at PwC will depend on your teams and Partners. In advisory (particularly consumer finance) there are superficial relationships and workplace politics.
Terrible. You're essentially working minimum wage after getting a master's degree and CPA. Granted I don't think PwC as a whole is this bad however the Boston office is. It's the largest accounting firm in Boston by far but it's also the absolute worst. Go literally anywhere else.
Free food and drinks
Most conniving and disrespectful people you will ever meet
The people and personal development / growth made working at this company great. Working with people who are all driven to succeed and who you can connect with in and outside of work. Also the company put you in an environment to grow and succeed with trainings and mentor ship programs. The bad was the politics of the company and management at times played favorites depending on the person. Another bad was during certain times of year non existent work/life balance.
Especially for new graduates this company exposed me to many different types of businesses and clients. I worked as a pricing analyst and the work was intense but there were definitely downtimes and you are able to learn new things and interact with other groups within the firm.
No day is the same. PwC is well diverse. It is a fast moving environment with the latest technology for making projects that take several hours to complete by use of “ bots” to just a few minutes. The firm prides itself by for our Healthy initiatives available to all.
Busy season is torture on your mental health but its justified by the amazing people and obvious efforts by the company to improve your life. So many opportunities for digital training and upskilling, a truly amazing place to accelerate your career.