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Corporate Social Responsibility at PwC
- Average rating for Corporate Social Responsibility, based on 142 reviews8.4 / 10
What projects/initiatives does your employer run and what have you worked on personally?
Everyone has free leave for volunteering work.
Cancer council biggest morning tea
volunteering opportunities within the local community
PwC Canberra does a lot of work with providing aid and support to groups that help out veterans and individuals suffering with PTSD. Involved in several indigenous programs.
There are many diversity projects around the firm. There are a lot of research, committees and partnerships the firm has. However, as I previously mentioned, a lot of this seemed to be more centered around talk than tangible actions.
Social schemes and work that contributes to a better society
Good across the firm but not good in my team
Volunteer days, strong focus on trying to make an impact on social problems
get dedicated hours to skilled volunteering
Interns are encouraged to prepare presentations on various social responsibility topics and there are a number of internal events focused on this. There is also a number of pro bono jobs in the office
Have a project to limit waste, work in an energy efficient building.
We do a lot of volunteering to support local organisations with their business structure and also to help them wherever we could.
The company has charity volunteer events to assist the community such as assisting hospitals, running blood donation drives and assisting at animal shelters.
has their own volunteering website where staff can sign up for skilled and unskilled volunteering opportunities. We are also given to volunteering days which we can use towards whatever volunteering we wish.
There is a movement to providing skilled volunteering to not-for-profits. There are also 'socially relevant' reports and pieces of research published by the firm. There is also a movement to define the organisation as having societal relevance - the CSR aspect of this is not clear however.
Fundraisers, awareness days for various causes
Participated in Sydney Street count for homeless people Worked to raise money for World Wildlife Fund, Cancer Council Ran Microsoft Office Excel tutorials at UTS
There have been a lot on initiatives to help out and fundraise for numerous not for profits and charities, with people of all levels participating.
We recycle. Otherwise I'm not sure?