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Good organisation to serve saica articles. Enough exposure to achieve competencies. You learn and grow everyday enough study leave is given to trainees


Long hours
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Supreme audit instituition

Fair place to work at. Salary matches your education and experience. Have to travel. Alot. No consideration is given as to whether you are a single parent or not. Training is given by one manager and one would not be sure if the training is sufficient until another manager is allocated to you.
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At work

The salary and benefits are alright, the only issue is the no job security. The work environment is alright and you at least have time for your family


Salary benefits


Job security
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High Intensity Working Environment

-Each day we had to prepare working papers based on allocations of Income, Expenditure,Assets and Liabilities we had to test. -Communication with Clients Management team were vital for the role as we had to obtain information regularly.


Excellent Salary Structure


Lack of Full Time Employment Opportunities
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Professional and Training Institution

During the past three years of my articles/trainee I actual grown and learn a lot. The environment is challenging and requires one to adapt quickly and to learn as much in a short period of time. I have learn form my seniors e.g. management skills, leadership, professional behaviour, professional competence. I also got an opportunity to transfer the skills and to lead the junior trainees from 2014 when I was a second year, till to date. The challenging thing about my job was to balance studies and working at the same as both were demanding. Hardest thing was to make sacrifice to my studies. Most enjoyable part was leading and guiding first years in the job and to see them getting it right.


Study busury, salary above to market


Long hours (especially in reporting days)
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Good learning environment, fun workplace

Get allocated to a client and your perform an 'investigation' on the client through prior year files and media reports. get to the client perform planning activities and execute and report on the work done. Do timesheets bi-weekly


Generous leave policies


long hours and work load
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Strictly work place and fun too

Not always 8 - 5 job , learnt that qualifications determine your position in business world, managemet style is a top down approach , co -workers were fun to work with as a trainee can be pooled into any auditee . Hardest part is travelling as I had to use the public transport. Most enjoyable part - overtime worked increased the leave days


Exponential increase in salary if passing the exams


If you fail to get the qualifications, the future in the company is bleak
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3,3 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
3,7 out of 5 stars for Salary/Benefits
3,3 out of 5 stars for Job Security/Advancement
3,5 out of 5 stars for Management
3,7 out of 5 stars for Culture
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