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Management is not people oriented, Sometime it feels like a family business. No Protocol/process for appraisal, No-one follows metrics for fair evaluation. Its all upto your Manager's perception about you. Even if you have facts and figures to prove your point, you Manager is the final authority, you can not challenge that. Specially if you are part of Internal Functions like IT, HR, Quality Accounts Etc. in Fact Business/Project is not so different either.To conclude, Good If you are Slow paced, wants to settle down and have no plans for high speed career growth.
Chilled life, No Pressure, Employees welfare
unfair appraisals/promotions, Not so competitive salary, Slow Career Growth
Wknd work - Expected to work over the weekends. Top Management in consulting (customer) is from outsourcing industry hence expectations are to work every weekend.Bullying and Politics - The partner is a bully. So is his team of directors and cronies who are into favoritismLack of respect - No respect for managers and below. Rude behaviour with expletives given as a formal feedback.Quitting is normal - People quitting every 3rd week.
- Good Infrastructure - Great IT service
Wknd work, Bullying and Politics, Lack of respect (pwc customer consulting)
Get to know a lot of things about ms excel in Pwc sdc Kolkata. day starts at 9.30 am in the morning, management is not good. workplace culture is the best I have ever seen. the hardest part of the job is long working hours and work pressure during pressure period in assurance i.e. January February and March is too much to bear. the most enjoyable part is picking and drop facility.
free transport, work from home facility
workload and long hours and managment
Tough environment with health at stake but excellent for learning and opportunities. Management is good and enough client facing roles but stringent working conditions.
Pathetic Human Resource Team. Work Culture varies across the team. Some are too much loaded with work. And remuneration is too low compared to other firms. No extra pay for Saturday and Sunday. Only rupees 250 is allowed for meals if work is of more than 11 hours.
Too much work. Very unfair transport facility. Management policies are bad.
Typical workday involved working with the merger and acquisition team to provide ground-level support on various live projects for a merger of one of the largest media powerhouse firms with a net worth of $513 million and 42 subsidiaries and performing quantitative analysis and database management of the client’s financial reports.
As a TP Analyst, my role at PwC focused on providing assistance in networking and establishing client relationships, Performing research and analysis while tracking market and industry trends for TP documentation, reviewing and analyzing the company’s financial reports and computing margins from the same, Handling the entire Risk Management Compliances while managing and preparing documentation for all Litigation procedures
Excellent place to work on specially tax team. Management is very caring. One can discuss about his/her issues. Salaries compare to other Big 4 is bit lower but other benefits are much better than any companies. If Tata group is considered as next to govt then it is next to Tata. Highly recommend to work here.
A good day will have a non stop work from 9-5pm. Work life in India was a little different to that of UK. Peers were supportive. Hardest part of the job was to convince the management on some people initiatives when there was no direct ROI involved.
Worked for long hours on some important dates with deadlines. a bit fast paced and always keeps you on your toes. Management has an aggressive style of working. Competition is stiff. Hardest part of job is work life balance. Enjoyable part of the job is the learning, fun activities and salary.