PwC has an extremely unique workplace culture where I found myself fitted in very well. Good place to start off after university. Very fast pace environment and high expectations where you would learn alot on the job
Getting assign to a client means adapting to their circumstances. Some days are busier then others depending on their needs. Therefore, working with them constantly helps you grow a person and as a team.
PwC is full of highly productive and efficient people. In most cases i don't need to finish my sentences, and my team will immediately understand my points. Very seldom I need to check whether my team has done the assignment I gave them. The management also actively pulling me forward.
PricewaterhouseCoopers is just the best company that you'll ever get into. Yes, the work/life balance is terrible, but if you're trying to learn about industries and businesses, there's no other way that you can learn faster than be in this company.
Assurance Intern (Former Employee) – Jakarta – 28 May 2018
PwC is a very resourceful company and it's a great company to enhance your potential. My team during internship was really nice and everybody is willing to help me to understand the day to day job in PwC
I was part of the valuation and strategy team and learned mostly how to use the Bloomberg terminal as well as how to find the cost of equity or the cost of debt. Also look for benchmark companies in other countries for reference for a project, mostly doing commercial due diligence. Hardest part of the job was to look for data that was not available online. most enjoyable part of the job: not much overtime.
A very typical big accounting firm office and a balance interaction towards each other. I've learned a lot throughout the period of my internship. I've gotten the idea of how office life is and how the system itself work.
- Flexible working hours - Learnt a lot about how to develop people and provide best service to client - Positive working environment - Quite challenging with various type of managers and strong methodology