Graduate Reward & Employment 2018
No matter which area of the business you choose to join, all routes offer the same deal. The opportunity to grow as an individual, to meet new people, and build lasting relationships that will stay with you for life. Your hard work will be rewarded with a competitive salary and a personally tailored benefits package.
- Our graduate training programme is underpinned by a development framework that broadens and deepens your knowledge.
- You'll learn from hands-on coaching and an outstanding variety of work, picking up business, personal and technical skills you can use across the network, and throughout your career
- Your knowledge will help high-profile businesses, entrepreneurs and family business understand complex rules and make informed decisions with significant impacts.
- You'll also help governments ensure the efficient operation of tax systems, and use your insight to solve long-term problems.
- You'll be part of a business that's committed to proactively engaging with the tax policy debate and focused on leading views and new ideas.
- The Reward and Employment team is part of PwC's rapidly growing People and Organisation practice. You’ll help some of the world’s leading employers make the most of their biggest asset – their people.
- You’ll advise a wide range of national and global clients on many aspects of employment related governance and risks which also looking to maximise opportunities.
- Providing advice in respect of PAYE and NIC matters, including payroll, expenses and benefits and dealing with year end reporting (PSA, Form 42, and P11Ds)
- Providing advice on the tax/NIC treatment of non-cash remuneration
- Developing share plans and reward design incentives
- Developing expenses & benefits policies and procedures on behalf of clients
- Design and implementation of a range of salary sacrifice arrangements. Gender pay gap reporting
- Making sure our clients are aware of and understand the impact and what is required in respect of new legislation when it arises (this is currently off-payroll workers in the public sector, salary sacrifice)
- You'll need to have or be on course for a 2.1 degree or above in any subject
- You'll study towards the Chartered Accountant (ACA) qualification. The ACA is your first step to becoming a chartered accountant.