PwC is committed to challenging gender stereotypes by aspiring to create gender equality and diversified workplace communities. They do this by actively addressing the barriers to equality, creating an inclusive culture and ensuring their people are equally supported throughout their respective careers.
Learn more about how a graduate views the representation of women at PwC – Bella Colbran is a Risk Assurance Consultant at PwC – read more here.
Aspiring to be an employer of choice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, PwC is committed to significantly increasing their Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workforce. PwC believes that it's only through a diverse workforce that they’ll be able to create meaningful change.
PwC and PwC’s Indigenous Consulting (PIC) jointly launched its first Elevate Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) in March 2019, which will run until March 2023. Their Elevate RAP was created over the years through a number of RAPs. You can find PwC’s Reconciliation Action Plan here.
Launched in 2013, PIC is a separate member firm in the PwC global network which maintains an Indigenous majority owned, managed and 60% staffed operation. PIC’s vision is to improve the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and support self-determination through empowering Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander led models and solutions.
PwC aspires to take a leading approach to disability employment in Australia, by creating a workplace and culture which enables all people with disability to identify and reach their full potential.
PwC has been working towards increasing awareness and inclusion within their firm and on a wider scale. PwC encourages people with disability to apply and gain employment through their mainstream recruitment pathways and have worked to ensure all processes are accessible.
PwC believes in having a culture where every day, all their people will feel valued for what they bring, will thrive and inspire others - irrespective of their sexuality, gender identity or intersex status.
PwC was the first professional services firm to set cultural diversity targets, whereby 30% of their partnership admissions will be from a culturally diverse background. They ensure pay and promotion is both fair and unbiased for people from diverse cultural backgrounds and provide training for their people on cultural awareness and cultural competency.