How we approach our work life is changing with the rise of a contingent workforce, and at PwC we’re adapting to that change. We’ve recognised that the traditional ways of working may not be right for everyone. We want to continue to secure the best talent while offering the variety, experience and flexibility that suits you; which is why we’re launching our contractor network.
As part of our contractor network, you’ll hear about our latest vacancies and be able to own, manage and update your profile, making it easy to stay connected. Whether you’re an experienced contractor or it’s your first time contracting with PwC, you’ll feel part of a team. You’ll help shape our business while gaining valuable experience and working on a range of different projects
Depending on the role you’re performing, the project you are working on or your personal situation. Check out our flexible contracting options below:
Many of the contractors that we work with operate under their own Personal Services Company. If you’re set up in this way, our Managed Service Provider will make the arrangements and pay you via your Ltd Company. Because this is a business-to-business relationship, we don’t pay National Insurance contributions on your behalf and you won’t be eligible for holidays etc. If you’re considering this working arrangement, we recommend that you seek advice from an independent accountant to make sure you comply fully with current legislation.
As a temporary member of staff, we’ll pay you an hourly or daily rate and make tax and National Insurance contributions on your behalf. All temporary contracts are managed by our Managed Service Provider, so your Agency Worker Rights apply
You'll be employed by PwC for a fixed-term and you’ll have similar contractual terms as a permanent PwC employee. Depending on the length of the fixed-term, this will also include benefits; although for those working on an FTC for a shorter period, this won’t be possible but will be taken into account in setting your rate of pay.
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