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cadeedance
post Oct 1 2011, 11:16 PM


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Hi guys,

PWC Malaysia will be recruiting new bloods from Australia. Could you guys share your interview and assessment with PWC or any of the big four accounting firms?
Or, any websites that provides practice tests?

Thanks
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the7signals
post Oct 2 2011, 09:17 AM


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QUOTE(cadeedance @ Oct 2 2011, 12:16 AM)
Hi guys,

PWC Malaysia will be recruiting new bloods from Australia. Could you guys share your interview and assessment with PWC or any of the big four accounting firms?
Or, any websites that provides practice tests?

Thanks
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what do you mean by new bloods from Australia? Fresh graduate graduated from Australia? or Experienced staffs from Australia? If it is the later, why PwC need to recruit experienced staff from Australia? Malaysian doesn't have enough accountants? Those experienced staffs are so used to the laid back and relax working environment in Australia, can you get used to the demanding working environment in Malaysia? For Malaysians who migrated to Australia, the Australian emphasize on "local Australian experience"....over here in Malaysia, does the Australian experience staffs have the necessary "local Malaysian experience"? How are they going to be paid in Malaysia? Expatriate remuneration package? I don't think the resident remuneration package will attract them.....
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post Oct 2 2011, 11:59 AM


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QUOTE(the7signals @ Oct 2 2011, 12:17 PM)
what do you mean by new bloods from Australia? Fresh graduate graduated from Australia? or Experienced staffs from Australia? If it is the later, why PwC need to recruit experienced staff from Australia? Malaysian doesn't have enough accountants? Those experienced staffs are so used to the laid back and relax working environment in Australia, can you get used to the demanding working environment in Malaysia? For Malaysians who migrated to Australia, the Australian emphasize on "local Australian experience"....over here in Malaysia, does the Australian experience staffs have the necessary "local Malaysian experience"? How are they going to be paid in Malaysia? Expatriate remuneration package? I don't think the resident remuneration package will attract them.....
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New bloods as in fresh grads. Definitely not the experienced ones in PWC australia.


Added on October 2, 2011, 12:01 pm
QUOTE(the7signals @ Oct 2 2011, 12:17 PM)
what do you mean by new bloods from Australia? Fresh graduate graduated from Australia? or Experienced staffs from Australia? If it is the later, why PwC need to recruit experienced staff from Australia? Malaysian doesn't have enough accountants? Those experienced staffs are so used to the laid back and relax working environment in Australia, can you get used to the demanding working environment in Malaysia? For Malaysians who migrated to Australia, the Australian emphasize on "local Australian experience"....over here in Malaysia, does the Australian experience staffs have the necessary "local Malaysian experience"? How are they going to be paid in Malaysia? Expatriate remuneration package? I don't think the resident remuneration package will attract them.....
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And i think you got my question wrong. It is not about how laid back the working environment is in Australia. Different place different working culture and mentality. That's about it. Aussies do have their strengths and weaknesses at work so as Msians. And with the money they are earning is indeed WAY better than Msians but bear in mind they have crazy tax rates too.


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post Oct 2 2011, 12:11 PM


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QUOTE(cadeedance @ Oct 2 2011, 11:59 AM)
New bloods as in fresh grads. Definitely not the experienced ones in PWC australia.


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And i think you got my question wrong. It is not about how laid back the working environment is in Australia. Different place different working culture and mentality. That's about it. Aussies do have their strengths and weaknesses at work so as Msians. And with the money they are earning is indeed WAY better than Msians but bear in mind they have crazy tax rates too.
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work in Australia then. Malaysian real tax rate is one of the highest in the world. perhaps it is a bit too early for you to understand this. maybe next time, after you have started working, you may....

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