Pay and benefits

It's all about you

 

 

By now you should have a good idea of the learning environment we create for you and the personal and professional development you can expect.

But we know that finances are important too. Our people are important to us and we want to reward hard work and commitment. Because we know everyone is different, we’ve designed a flexible benefits scheme that can be tailored to suit your needs. We call this ‘Choices’.

  • A salary

  • A Choices allowance for benefits and participation in Choices, our flexible benefits plans

  • 25 days’ standard holiday pro rata

  • The option to be a member of our pension scheme with extra funding from PwC

  • You may also get a discretionary bonus

  • Season ticket loan for travel - we'll pay the interest

  • Our dedicated internal Careers Service. Whatever your aspirations, the team will help you progress and reach your full potential through impartial, confidential and personalised support

  • A wide range of discounts on services and products, including discounted gym membership and much more

  • Life assurance

  • Personal accident cover

  • Income protection (after one year)

  • Private medical benefit

  • Life assurance

  • Travel insurance

  • Childcare vouchers

  • Company car

  • A bike (through our Cycle to Work scheme)

  • Private medical benefit for your family

  • PwC Donate - asking PwC to make charitable donations to the PwC Foundation

  • Dental insurance

  • Health screening

  • Enhanced life assurance

  • Partner life assurance

  • Critical illness insurance

  • Personal injury insurance

  • Group personal pension

*Most benefits can extend to partners, dependants and family too

**You can also trade upto the equivalent of one working week of your standard holiday entitlement, to a maximum of 40 days per year

***If you decide you don’t want to join the PwC GPP (2015), we’ll still have a statutory duty to enrol you automatically into a pension arrangement which complies with the Government’s minimum pension requirements, but you can opt out of this if you like after you’ve been enrolled.