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A typical day at work in PWC Argentina was full of excitement as we were a center of excellence contacted worldwide. Some days I had to wake up ay 6 am to have a call with Malaysia others stay until late to answer San Francisco Clients. The people I worked with was amazing. I had amazing managers.
-Good structure to summer internship with friday programme, social events etc, -Great way to get exposure in the workplace and see if your role is what you would like to do in the future -Great way to meet new people/ friends and a good opportunity to network.
Pros: - Fast paced environment so you learn a lot on the job. - Get to experience a range of different client environments. - Constantly on new clients keeping the work interesting - The culture of the company. - Social events are amazing, great way to make real friends. Cons: - Learning and development for graduates is poor. - Can be placed on jobs outside of the area you were hired for extended periods of time - They don't seem to invest in individuals careers
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great company for the cv and great experience as it is one of the big four. learnt administration skills and work as part of a team. busy enviroment and targets to achieve.
first steps to improve in the financial sector
lack of opportunities of promotion
At PwC i was constantly busy, always working and had something to do. I learned how to use excel word and power-point. The hardest part of the job would of been the very early mornings and long hours. The most enjoyable part of the job would of been learning new ways to use many databases i didn't know existed
Lunches paid for.
Providing income tax services to domestic/international corporate and private clients as part of PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Global Human Resource Services (GHRS) network. Gained experience in team work, working to deadlines, managing client’s tax affairs/expectations, risk management. Completed numerous professional and business development courses at PwC.
What I enjoyed most about my 3 years in PwC, was that what I learnt on one audit could be transferred and used on other audits. I was able to transfer previous experiences to the next audit. I was lucky enough to work in a broad range of sectors including: - Pharmaceutical - Transportation - Education - Food - Electric - Technology I audited the Profit & Loss and Balance Sheet for a number of clients across a broad range of industry sectors.
Extensive work on the audit of all types of funds including equity funds, bond funds and hedge funds.
Good experience of MNC and larger clients, experience with SAP/Oracle. Excellent training offered, experience in leading audit teams and also working on own intiative.
excellent training and experience
long hours poor work life balance