PwC Employee Reviews for Quality Assurance Analyst
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PwC is a great place to start your career but be prepared to put in some long hours and essentially have no work/life balance. Other than that it is great opportunity to grow as a professional, learn a lot and work with smart, young motivated individuals.
Great place to start your career out of college. You will be challenged every day, but you will also learn a lot along the way. Lots of young and smart people to work with.
smart people, fast paced, quick progression up the ladder
no work life balance, multiple competing priorities all year long
They work you to death and make you feel stressed. It was better in the office but the work from home atmosphere is terrible. Can't get to know any of your coworkers and just work your butt off. This job is not for me.
hours, pay, stress levels, expectations
If you choose to work here, take the time to research what you are getting yourself into. If you have anxiety issues or do not have a strong support system it can potentially be an emotionally traumatic experience.
Brand name, work experience for CPA license
Little to no on-the-job training, high pressure and intense environment, unreasonable expectations, ridiculously long hours, unsupportive peers and superiors. There are many more cons but these are just a few.
Depending on the Line of Service, client facing vs. internal, you will have different experiences here. The strongest element is the overall culture and how they up-skill all of their employees.
Room for growth, culture and employee focused
Burn out, work/life balance, management bias
You are a number and nothing more. The company breeds narcissism and relies on the buy in of sheep who are happy working for less than an effective minimum wage as long they keep hearing that they are the best and the brightest. Get the name on your resume and then get out. If you stay past manager you will be grossly underpaid compared to your peers who left.
Everyday you are faced with several different challenges that you need to overcome. You are also responsible in ensuring that your relationship with the client is exceptional. You are expected to be able to multi-task efficiently and effectively.
This can be a dream job if you work with amicable people. It can be a tough place to work otherwise. Long hours are expected frequently but if you are reliable it does provide some flexibility to perform those hours remotely/whenever you want.
What I have learned in PwC is: - Business processes in various types of industry (i.e. banking, insurance, manufacturing, mining, etc.) - Project and time management, since I led a team and assigned in more than one client in one time
Best place to start your career. Opportunity for growth but be willing to work for long hours. It's beat place to begin ypur career as it builds you through exposure a
Opportunity for growth, fair pay
Stressful environment, no work/life balance