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Work-life balance is definitely the issue with PwC Consulting work in the Middle East. Travelling is heavy and permanent, very long hours with clients usually not respectful of decent working hours, and management not protecting the teams with that regard.
Company has a good collaborative and competitive work culture and in theory good performance recognition system but in practice the latter doesn't work imo. Highly political environment, growth and recognition are slow. Pay is terrible considering quality of employees.
The most successful Big 4 company in Middle East region, competing MBB Limited career progress due to the number of people and paternalizm Constant travel to KSA Weak HR process Company policies less supportive of employees
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Good place to work, get to work with people from all around the world and exposure to a vast variety of clients. A lot of young individuals with new ideas.
Great exposure to clients and executive levels
work-life balance is hard
I personally felt this was a wonderful experience to me. Learning new things everyday was something I enjoyed at PwC. The difficult part of it was coping up with the time constrains and the deadlines in place.
Improvement in my PR skills.
Other departments' work was assigned to me as well.
Great corporate culture Great exposure and learning curve, they teach you as much as you are willing to learn Compensation wise, on the lower range of the market
PwC is a great place for a business consultant to learn and grow. They encourage cross line of services projects with a very diverse workplace. Work life balance might be challenging at some times due to projects deadlines and travel requirements yet they're working towards fulfilling a more satisfactory work life balance for consultants.
Remuneration, bonus, diversity of people and projects
long working hours, work life balance, stretch targets