PwC was created in 1998 by the merger of two firms - Price Waterhouse and Coopers & Lybrand - each with historical roots going back some 150 years.
Our global network of over 161,000 people in 154 countries complements local teams in bringing together a powerful combination of cultural diversity and our people's knowledge of their home environment.
People represent the most valuable asset of PwC. Providing quality training to our staff and ensuring that they have the requisite knowledge for the roles assigned is our main objective.
Developing our People
We focus on the technical and professional skills you need to perform in your new role and we also concentrate on building your softer skills like teamwork, presentation skills, time management, networking and understanding our business.
PwC is not only looking after your career development. We also offer our staff various ways to develop themselves personally as well as professionally.
Compensation and benefits package
During the employment with the firm, the PwC staff is offered a compensation and benefits package. Generally this consists of:
Team Building outside working hours
We also believe in building relationships with your colleagues outside the office. We organise different events where people can develop not only their professional skills but also their personal skills.