PwC (Pricewaterhouse Coopers)

PwC (Pricewaterhouse Coopers)

Audit / Consulting


Note globale : ★★★★★ Avis certifiés

94 avis | 3872 Abonnés

N°7 en Audit / Consulting sur 115 entreprises

Stéphane Ortega, PwC Grenoble, Junior financial auditor

“ Very positive ”

Avis déposé le 08/04/2014

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Assessment: Very positive assessment. I was hired after two internships in audit which one in the Luxembourg still at PwC.

Auditing is a very good way to acquire a professional experience and be held accountable quickly. This allows to meet with interlocutors that we would not have access in another trade.
Between the work of internal control, and audit end, we have a vision on all the business accounting cycles. Certainly approach operational or business is not our core business but inventories and customers visits allow us to have the vision.

Skills obtained: The audit is a very demanding profession. The dead line are often very short and intense weeks.

This job allowed me to develop my rigor, my sense of relational and my ability to work. These elements are in my opinion the main forces what it takes before returning in a big oven also.

To summarize, you learn to work, fast, well and with a smile!

Strengths: PwC is the world leader in audit. Thus, the strength of the network is undeniable (multidisciplinarity, deployed... Tools). On a mission to audit, when a tax point is raised, just call a tax professional and in a minute it point is solved. Ditto for all the sections, which is not the case in the cabinets of most small size.

Working at PwC also allows access to important missions, including for sides in the CAC40 clients, work with teams of different offices, or even from different countries.

Which I appreciated: Pretty sociable nature, I immediately enjoyed the "American" side of the working atmosphere and the TU generalized. During our integration seminar, we even had the pleasure of tutoyer our new president France. It's a detail but it facilitates interpersonal relationships.