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    Robert E. Moritz | Chairman PwC International Ltd
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    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    R10bn to R50bn
  • Industry
    Financial Services
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FILING CLERK in Sunninghill
on 26 November 2020
A new and exciting journey.
My first day was very exciting yet at the same time stressful in the sense of having to interact with new faces and keeping the energy to succeed alive and ready for any task.overall,it was a major learning experience and work ethic.
Data Quality Analyst in Johannesburg North, Gauteng
on 2 September 2021
Stressful place to work and salaries are not morket related or even close.
A typical day is doing work above your pay grade and workng long hours. I learned the inequality is there and even if you report an incident to HC, nothing will be done.Do not trust management, they are not in your corner.Workplace culture is what you make it to be but generally very stressful.The hardest part about my job is not being appriciated for the work done.The most enjoyable part of the job is that I still have one during this rife.
Senior Associate in Midrand, Gauteng
on 13 August 2021
Terrible, vindictive and unethical management
Worst place I have ever worked in my life. I would never recommend this, you have to study so hard to get in. Once you are in, you are forced to break the labor law day in and day out. And management holds you at your will because you need the competencies from them.
Forensic Technology Associate in Midrand, Gauteng
on 19 April 2021
Long hours with less pay
Don’t bother if you have a life outside of work. They will promote their favorites and suppress the most talented individuals. Their overtime is a scam. The Manager reduces the hours worked when it’s time for timesheets. They will blame you for lack of clients and projects but do squat about the leadership that’s supposedly assigned to bring in the work. Oh, and bonuses are reserved for Managers and above.
Article Clerk in Pretoria, Gauteng
on 25 November 2020
Worked in Small and Medium size business department.
Overall, I would say I worked in the department that best suited my skill set and needs. They worked out pretty quickly I wasn't cut out for big audits as I have more of an entrepernual flair.I worked on a lot of personal and business tax issues, Family Trust Set ups etc working closely with both legal and tax departments. I also did a lot of audits from Farming Companies to Tech Companies. So I was given a very broad business education at PwC. My manager was terrible, while the partner was excellent and taught me a lot, especially when I became a seniour in my final year of articles.

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