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PwC Australia

4.0
  • > 100,000 employees

Office & Workplace at PwC Australia

9.2
9.2 rating for Workplace, based on 140 reviews
Please comment on your company's office space, location and facilities. And while we're at it, please tell us a little about the dress code.
Barangaroo office. Awesome.
Graduate, Sydney
Casual wear is a huge PLUS. Fairly close to train station, however Barangaroo area tends to be quite pricey for lunch etc.
Graduate, Sydney
Great office, love no dress code!
Graduate, Sydney
Best office in Sydney + casual dress code.
Graduate, Sydney
open planned office, dress code is 'dress for your day', and left open to the individual.
Graduate, Newcastle
Activity-based workspaces (hot desking) in new building. It is not for everyone, but can be great. Offices are very nice. Only downside is small locker size, which due to lack of permanent desk is highly inconvenient. Dress code is flexible.
Graduate
I like the office space; it is contemporary and allows you to set up anywhere and move between spaces easily.
Graduate, Canberra
Facilities are good and dress code is very flexible unless you are working out at a client site
Midlevel, Sydney
I enjoy the open workspace, and lack of a dress code. Opportunity to dress for the day, and for how I feel for the day ahead.
Graduate, Sydney
dress code is smart casual and dress for your day. office space is really good
Graduate, Adelaide
Open working plan and no dress code
Graduate, Adelaide
Open plan office, very accessible, good ambience. Dress code is "dress for your day" and as such you wear what is appropriate for your day.
Graduate, Adelaide
Open plan, hot desks, some standing desks, coffee machine in the office, located close to central markets and other lunch food options. There is no dress code, you dress to your day. Very relaxed if you are not going to see a client that day.
Graduate, Adelaide
Brilliant office and love the dress code policy.
Graduate, Melbourne
Location is great, fantastic facilities. Hot-desking can sometimes be a problem. Lots of recreational spaces and activities (VR, Playstation, table tennis, etc.)
Melbourne
The dress code is liberal you are not required to wear a suit and tie, you can wear casuals, it all depends on the client.
Graduate, Adelaide
Office facilities are very good, some technology integration pains but otherwise nice. Dress code is relaxed and depends on client visits/expectations.
Midlevel, Sydney
Lots of space and different areas to work, and a casual dress code
Graduate, Sydney
the dress code is great, and so are the offices and technology
Melbourne
The dress code is defined as 'smart casual' when not on client site or when not dealing with a client and when on client site and/or dealing with a client the typical dress code is 'professional modern'.
Graduate, Perth