Did PwC Actually Pay Off Audit Staff to Do Inventory Counts Out of Desperation?

According to this recent post on Fishbowl, the answer is yes:

Hey, if you’re a low man or woman on the totem pole at PwC, didn’t mind traveling to a client site during a pandemic, and if you didn’t mind working during #PwCTakesABreak or whatever the hell PwC calls its two-week time-off period before busy season kills its employees, an extra $500 or more in your pocket seems like a pretty good deal.

Based on other responses in that thread, EY didn’t offer a similar financial incentive to its audit staff. Anyone at Deloitte, KPMG, Grant Thornton, BDO, or RSM get some extra cash for risking getting Rona while doing on-site inventory counts?

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  1. I date a staffer from PwC. She is ugly but she counted 5 inventories, I flew her to them in my G4. She bought the steaks and the wine with her $500 per payments.

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