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At PwC, we pride ourselves on our ability to hire the very best. Our people reach out
within the global network and share skills and experiences in designing, managing
and executing lasting change, giving clients and their businesses the confidence to
succeed. With people forming the bedrock, the firm invests significant resources in
making the company a great place to work. We continue to be the most attractive
employer in the profession, with over 6,000 employees across India.
Our vision - To be the #1 professional services firm in India?
Brand promise - My relationship with PwC helps create the value Im looking for.

Our Dress Code


They say The way we dress up reflects our own professionalism as well as that of
our firm and we believe the same. We expect all our employees to comply with PwC's
dress code policy. Each one of us (client facing or not client facing) should be dressed
appropriately at all times, bearing in mind we are judged as a firm based on not only
the quality of our work but also on how we appear and conduct ourselves.
For men
Shirts and trousers

Full sleeved, buttoned and ironed formal shirts.

Loud checks or printed shirts are inappropriate. Striped shirts are allowed
Formal contemporary styled trousers.

Ties and belts


Ties are a must from Monday to Thursday. Contemporary tie matching the
shirt and trousers.

Cufflinks, if worn, must be understated and elegant.

Belts should be sober.

Footwear
Formal leather shoes.
Suits, coats and jackets (optional)
Should be formal and understated
For women

Ironed formal sarees of appropriate colours, worn neatly and appropriately.

Traditional Salwar Kameez.

Ironed Western business suits.

Formal shirts with collar.

Tailored dress or formal trousers.

Full sleeves must be buttoned.

No sleeveless attire of any kind.

Casual Fridays
Smart casual is comfortable, casual wear. Shirts may be short sleeved, collared and
solid colours. Cotton trousers and jeans are acceptable. No shorts, casual shoes,
sneakers or sandals. Similar rules apply for ladies.

Life at PwC
Working hours
Our office timings for all our offices are given. Kindly be on time for your
onboarding.
Gurgaon

Mumbai

Pune

Ahmedabad

Kolkata

Bangalore

Chennai

Hyderabad

08:00-16:30

09:30-18:00

09:30-18:00

09:30-18:00

09:30-18:00

09:30-18:00

09:30-18:00

09:30-18:00

Work-life balance:
Whether you're a fresh graduate or are an experienced professional, we know that a
career at PwC will set you apart. By providing you with a diverse range of
opportunities that enable you to fulfil and grow your personal and professional
potential, our focus is on you. We think of your growth, your achievements, your
learning, your individuality and your choices.
Diversity:
Our distinctive approach to diversity is based on a belief that each of us is personally
accountable for creating and sustaining an inclusive environment. Diversity and
inclusion enhance our perspectives and our ability to give our clients a distinctive
experience. PwC is brimming with energetic and inspiring people from all
backgrounds such as arts, business, economics, engineering, finance, health,
information technology, law and more who seek an enduring career. We appreciate
that each individual is unique and has varying strengths, views and experiences and
so we focus on attracting, developing and advancing talented individuals regardless
of their race, sexual orientation, religion, age, gender, or any other dimension of
diversity. These differences create opportunities for us to learn from each other, as
well as provide an environment of mutual respect and open, candid communication.
Our commitment to diversity and work-life balance makes PwC one of the best places
to work, learn and excel.
Being responsible Corporate Social Responsibility:
PwC is committed to playing a leading role in achieving a sustainable future. We hold
ourselves accountable for our actions and promote responsible business practices,

support the growth and development of our people and communities and seek to
minimise our impact on the environment.
In early 2009, the PwC India Foundation was formed with the objective of making a
difference to society in the areas of Education and Sustainability. In the current
year, the Foundations primary focus is to enhance employee engagement in these
activities. PwC's employees are responsible corporate citizens and extend support to
charitable, educational and community service activities. At PwC, you're allowed to
give back to society by volunteering 16 official hours (2 working days) a year.
Ethics and business conduct:
PwC is one of the world's pre-eminent professional services organisations. As
professional advisers we help our clients solve complex business problems and aim
to enhance their ability to build value, manage risk and improve performance. As
business advisors we play a significant role in the operation of the world's capital
markets. We take pride in the fact that our services add value by helping to improve
transparency, trust and consistency of business processes. In order to succeed, we
must grow and develop, both as individuals and as a business. Our core values of
excellence, teamwork and leadership help us achieve this growth.
While we conduct our business within the framework of applicable professional
standards, laws, regulations and internal policies, we also acknowledge that these
standards, laws, regulations and policies do not govern all types of behaviour.
As a result, we also have a code of conduct for all PwC people and firms. This Code is
based on our values and it takes them to the next level demonstrating our values in
action. The Code also provides a frame of reference for PwC firms to establish more
specific supplements to address territorial issues.
Each of us at PwC has an obligation to know and understand not only the guidelines
contained in the Code, but also the values on which they are based. Knowing and
understanding are not enough. We also have an obligation to comply with the letter
and spirit of this Code and to help others do the same. As individuals, we are
encouraged to raise any issues and concerns through appropriate channels.
While the Code provides a broad range of guidance about the standards of integrity
and business conduct, no Code can address every situation that individuals are likely
to encounter. As a result, this Code is not a substitute for our responsibility and
accountability to exercise good judgment and obtain guidance on proper business
conduct. We're encouraged to seek additional guidance and support from those
designated as responsible for business conduct matters. The strength in our
organisation is the strength in our collective knowledge and the sharing of that
knowledge and experience.

Our Offices in India


Ahmedabad

Bangalore

President Plaza, 1st Floor


Opposite Muktidham Derasar
Thaltej Cross Road, S.G. Highway
Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380054
India

The Millenia, Tower D


# 1 & 2 Murphy Road, Ulsoor
Bangalore, Karnataka 560008
India
Telephone: [91] (80) 4079 4000, 5000, 6000, 7000
Telecopier: [91] (80) 4079 4222

Telephone: [91] (79) 3091 7000


Telecopier: [91] (79) 3091 7082
Chennai

Hyderabad

8th Floor,
Prestige Palladium Bayan
129 140, Greams Road,
Chennai - 600006

# 8-2-293/82/A/1131A
Road No. 36
Jubilee Hills
Hyderabad 500 034
India

Telephone: [91] (44) 4228 5000


Telecopier: [91] (44) 4228 5100

Telephone: [91] (40) 6624 6600


Telecopier: [91] (40) 6624 6400

Delhi NCR

Delhi NCR

Building 10, Tower C


DLF Cyber City
Gurgaon, Haryana 122002
India
Telephone: [91] (124) 330 6000
Telecopier: [91] (124) 330 6999

Building 8, Tower B
DLF Cyber City
Gurgaon, Haryana 122002
India
Telephone: [91] (124) 462 0000, 306 0000
Telecopier: [91] (124) 462 0620

Kolkata

Kolkata

Plot Nos 56 & 57


Block DN-57, Sector-V
Salt Lake Electronics Complex
Kolkata, West Bengal 700 091
India

Plot No Y-14, Block EP


Sector V, Salt Lake Electronics Complex
Bidhan Nagar
Kolkata, West Bengal 700 091
India

Telephone: [91] (33) 2357 9100, 9101, 4400 1111


Telecopier: [91] (33) 2357 3395, 2754

Telephone: [91] (33) 2357 9260, 7600


Telecopier: [91] (33) 2357 7496, 7456

Mumbai

Mumbai

PwC House
Plot No. 18 A, Guru Nanak Road (Station Road)
Bandra
Mumbai 400 050
India

252 Veer Savarkar Marg,


Next to Mayor's Bungalow
Shivaji Park, Dadar
Mumbai 400 028
India

Telephone: [91] (22) 6689 1000


Telecopier: [91] (22) 6689 1888

Telephone: [91] (22) 6669 1000


Telecopier: [91] (22) 6654 7800, (22) 6654 7801, (22) 6654
7802

Pune
Mutha Towers - 5th Floor, Suite 8
Off Airport Road
Yerawada
Pune 411006
India
Telephone: [91] (20) 4100 4444
Telecopier: [91] (20) 4100 6161