Compare Capgemini vs PwC BETA

See how PwC vs. Capgemini compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
(based on 594 reviews)
(based on 23514 reviews)
Career Opportunities
Compensation & Benefits
Work-life balance
Senior Management
Culture & Values
CEO Approval
Capgemini Ceo Paul Hermelin
92%Paul Hermelin
PwC Ceo Robert E. Moritz
93%Robert E. Moritz
% Recommend to a friend
Positive Business Outlook


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Featured Review

Current Employee - Senior Engagement Manager

I have been working at Capgemini full-time for less than a year


I think Capgemini is possibly one of the best employers I have ever worked for. They pay employees a very good salary, the benefits package is generous, and you get a work life balance that works... for you. Capgemini offices are comfortable and appealing to work in. They also include a range of physical spaces that allow for privacy, collaboration, and simply hanging out. Your base location can also be changed, and they assign you to the nearest location to your home. They give you clear and specific expectations for what success looks like in all job roles, they encourage collaboration, and networking is easy as everyone is very willing to assist you. They also treat employees as adults by giving them as much autonomy as possible to choose when they work, where they do their work, and how best to get it accomplished. Capgemini provide employees with ongoing opportunities and incentives to learn, develop and grow, both in establishing new job-specific hard skills, as well as softer skills that serve them well as individuals, and as managers and leaders. Their university is top-notch, and development is encouraged. I also feel that the senior leadership team make employees feel valued, and they are transparent with how they communicate with employees. Employee engagement is also taken very seriously, as is an employees wellbeing. I feel comfortable walking up and talking to any of our executives and knowing they will engage in meaningful conversation. Everyone here is so willing to help and contribute regardless of their title or rank, and they have a real dynamic hierarchy. There are a lot of very high quality people at Capgemini who genuinely care about what is best for their customers and company as a whole, and they will strive to do what is possible to achieve this. Capgemini also makes a conscious effort to make gender equality a reality throughout the company, and differences are valued and embraced.


Some of Capgemini's internal systems could do with an overhaul. It would make employees more productive and efficient.

Advice to Management

Continue to empower and value your people, and focus on the employees that show potential for being our future leaders.

Former Intern - Summer Associate

I worked at PwC for less than a year


- Supportive colleagues - Company reputation - Excellent training - Not as busy as Investment Banking


No cons from my experience.

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