I think pay at my work is fair and as it isn't my biggest motivator, it's not really something I think about often at this stage of my life. I think bonuses could be better managed and a better strategy in place for rewarding high performance in teams.
Very low compared to market standard
Lower end of the scale for grads / lower level associates
Compensation is good, and there is an incentive to work 'above and beyond' as there is potential reward for this.
Should be higher.
Pay is very low and not competitive relative to other Big 4 as you progress beyond graduate level.
I do not believe the pay reflects the hours worked.
I'm not given any bonuses at my level. Obviously I would prefer it if I did. However, I must admit that my pay is quite competitive, and it has risen by quite a bit since I started here (only a year and a half ago).
Terrible, way below market average.
The pay at my company is average for a non-specialised consulting company. Bonuses do occur, but rarely. People do not work at the company for the pay, and that is not the company's main selling point.
Pay is not high enough for the hours worked.
Very underpaid. Bonuses are small and rare
Pay is not based on performance and is relatively low compared to market averages.
Good starting salary and compared to my colleagues in other professional service firms, however for the hours I work I am more unsatisfied
Underpaid for work and hours.
the opportunity for pay increase and bonuses is there if justified
Pay isn't much for the hours but it's all about the resume.
Pay and bonuses aren't great, but I expected this.
No bonuses. Pay is fine, and typical of what you'd expect at a big 4. It's competitive to get into, so don't expect a great salary. However, with each year your salary grows and if you outperform you can start negotiating larger pay raises and promotions almost immediately. Great growth opportunities. The company also spends a lot of money on you with events, travel, L&D, etc.
Pay for graduates is good because they pay for your CA study, and you have other perks like time off in lieu. When you are at a senior level the pay is not as rewarding; however, I know there will be changes from October 2019