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Which benefits does PwC provide?
Current and former employees report that PwC provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
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- Maternity & Paternity Leave(420 comments)
‘nice paternity and maternity benefits’
- Health Insurance(302 comments)
‘Choices are good - would be good if more of the premium was covered by the company’
- Vacation & Paid Time Off(194 comments)
‘Overtime reductions and holidays are used for learning to become a certified public accountant. But you can also plan a few weeks' holiday per year for yourself. Especially at Christmas and New Year's Eve.’
great employer with benefits and strong leadership
Great IVF benefits and maternity leave.
Great coverage and lots of flexibility with PTO.
Benefits are competitive to those at other large consulting firms
What people are saying about PwC
With the launch of new medical health insurance benefit with a total coverage of up to INR 20 L for all employees, PwC has truly set a new standard for employee employment. Do you guys know how much medical insurance coverage does other Big Consulting firms like MBBs provide? Bain & Company , Boston Consulting Group EY Deloitte Accenture
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PwC offers numerous great benefits!
it included everything thats needed
Solid benefits, 4 weeks vacation and sabbatical available after senior manager.
Unlimited sick days and accrue vacation (PTO) days
3 days paid leave during the 4th of July, free promotion day concernt
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