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PwC Republic of Ireland

Offices & Dress (graduates)

9.4 / 10

(based on 80 ratings in 2016)

How would you describe your firm's office space, location and facilities? Is there a dress code at your firm?

2016

"From what I have seen already the office on Spencer Dock is stunning and the office has all the facilities anybody could hope for. The 24-hour gym is a nice amenity to have in the office and the coffee atrium is very relaxed and seems like a nice place to wind down during lunch. Other benefits include a coffee station on every floor and cosy furniture is dispersed around the building."
Graduate, Dublin
"We have a bright, colourful and well-lit office with plenty of common areas. The dress code varies – client-facing staff dress a lot more formally than office-based staff."
Intern, Dublin
"Business casual dress code and a huge glass building next to the river. Excellent facilities include a shop, coffee spot, canteen and gym."
Graduate, Dublin
"Excellent office that has been purpose-built for the organisation. It was a big selling point for choosing PwC as it has an onsite gym and canteen etc. The firm has recently adopted a modern professional dress code, which has created flexibility in dress."
Graduate, Dublin
"The Dublin office is amazing and modern. The Waterford office is a little outdated but, for me, it's a five minute drive every morning so I like it. The facilities are lacking when compared to Dublin but it does the job. The dress code is modern professional so it's not quite business formal but not quite business casual. So far I've found it easy to dress for."
Graduate, Waterford
"Nice and comfortable surroundings, open spaces and a big canteen. Seats and couches are placed throughout the office, which is convenient when you want to just grab a coffee and take a five-minute break. Great gym facilities."
Graduate, Dublin
"I am based in Spencer Dock, just beside the convention centre. The office has seven floors and includes a gym and the hospitality suite, which gives great views out over the city. Each department has its own floor(s) but within I&DB;, associates share hot desks as they spend most of their time out on client sites. The dress code is modern professional but we dress to match our clients when out on site."
Dublin
"The office space is excellent; it's big, bright and colourful. The location is good as it's in town and the facilities are excellent. The canteen offers a huge range of healthy meals (though these can sometimes be expensive) and the coffee shop and gym downstairs are great."
Graduate, Dublin
"PwC's Dublin offices are one of the best work environments I've seen. The chairs are comfortable and there are plenty of meeting rooms and space to get some 'quiet time'. The gym is very useful. There are lots of food options but I find it can be a bit overpriced. The dress code is fairly relaxed as long as you are neat and presentable – no one has to wear anything they don't feel comfortable in. Guys regularly don't wear ties unless they are meeting a client. Fridays are casual."
Intern, Dublin
"The offices are very impressive with coffee stations on every block and level. They also offer great sports facilities along with open and airy space, which makes it nice to work in."
Insurance, Graduate, Dublin

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