Here’s Your Open Thread for PwC Compensation Discussions (2015)

Oh, look, it's mid-June. Busy season is over and compensation season is here. Yes, it's time to find out which of you have been justly rewarded for your efforts and which of you are feeling like an untipped bathroom attendant.

PwC is always the pacesetter in comp discussion season and we appreciate their consistency, as I reckon the PwC masses do. Employees at many other accounting firms probably appreciate it too, otherwise they'd be receiving raises that are half the rate of inflation. 

As usual, the more anxious of you have been dropping us hints:

PwC Comp talks start 6/17 Where’s my thread, yo?! 

And:

Shouldn't the cronies at PwC start getting their comp notices by now?

Alright, you heathens. Kindly respect the process, as people take this quite seriously. When you're sharing your info, please cover the following:

  • City (region is not informative) & Line of Service
  • Promotion (if applicable) & Rating
  • % Raise 
  • % Bonus (if any)
  • Optional: Old & New Base

Then you should definitely express your joy, sorrow, anger, or whatever feelings you're having. It's okay, you're in a safe place. And if you'd like to send us information or thoughts this compensation season, hit the button at the top of the page or email us

Now enjoy! But try not to make a scene.

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