I left PwC months ago and got in a mail today that they overpaid my wages toward the end of my employment and that I owe over $400 back in the form of a check or CC. Has anyone experienced this?
So does Deloitte, EY and PWC all get next week off? Cause KPMG hates their people so much they won’t even give us Friday off.
In general, who has better reputation EY or PwC? Everything else equal, for exit opportunities does one weight more?
Hot Take: PwC doesn’t actually care about Bo. PwC is just milking his name for their own brand image.
LinkedIn’s top 50 companies to work for: Deloitte at 5, PwC at 30, EY at 33, KPMG not listed. There shouldn’t be any big4 on the list w/ our miserable & fabricated work life balance 😂😭
So I casually mentioned to my MD this evening that PWC has the entire week off during the 4th of July. His response “you should go work for PWC” - is This a sign for me to start job hunting ?
I joined PwC a few years ago and was proud to work for a great firm and a strong name and presence. My part of PwC became GH. Same people. But the prestige is gone. Anyone else feel this way?
Why do some PWC people spell out the whole name of the company in LinkedIn? Does it sound more prestigious when its pRiCewAtErHoUsEcOoPeRs?
Hi all, a student I mentor is deciding between 4 offers, any intel you can offer is helpful on relative strengths of each firm! - PwC advisory - ZS - Huron consulting - Accenture MC
I left PwC Back in September, does anyone know if I still get my bonus despite this? And have the bonuses been dispersed yet?