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Diversity at PwC
- Average rating for Diversity, based on 142 reviews9.0 / 10
Please provide further information on diversity with respect to women, ethnic minorities and LGBT. Please comment on issues such as recruitment, retention, promotion, child care, maternity leave, etc.
Paternal leave. Maternal leave. Supporter of LGBT.
Good D&I programs and events
very diverse team
child care and maternity leave options are available and there are people of many different backgrounds in the office
Look at PwC's website about diversity. They have a page just for diversity. They have projects and internal programs to help out the indigenous community. We have a group that advocates for gender diversity.
There is a large commitment to diversity, but depending on what the issue is, there's very little tangible movement in the space. LGBT is fantastically covered. However, issues like women and ethnic diversity appears to fall short. The efforts to discuss this seems to be more than other firms put in though.
Transparent and goals to promote diversity are shared
Working really hard to get there and taking D&I very seriously
Strongest diversity approach out of all firms that I am familiar with.
D&I team is very focused on this.
Big drive to promote Diversity and inclusion. Good with gender and LGBT, need to do more culturally and with people with disabilities.
Lots of people have flexible working arrangements to accommodate being working parents.
My company is one of the top companies for LGBT rights and gender diversity.
The commitment to diversity is good, but the history of the company means that the top level is still not diverse.
The company does not discriminate against women, ethnic minorities and the LGBT community. Maternity leave is provided and there is a policy where employees can work from home if needed. The company is committed to ensuring it is diverse and accepting of those who are considered in the minority.
My entire team is roughly a 50% on gender. The team is also very ethnically diverse with staff originating from all over the world. They are also very supportive of the LGBT community often raising awareness through special events.
There is a significant investment in the diversity and inclusion programmes with affinity groups for at least women, people with disabilities, queer individuals, and people from varying cultural backgrounds. There is a focus on recruiting these individuals and supporting them in the firm.
Have communities such as GLEE, LGBT. Host functions and events specifically for it and continually send around emails promoting it and do talks.
Seems good. PwC pushes for increased number of women in the workplace and in higher positions. I have attended various networking sessions PwC seems to rank poorly regarding people of colour, especially at the partner level I have come across managers on maternity and paternity leave. Apart from this I havent looked into the issue further
There has been a lot of recent communications about diversity and inclusion at PwC. There is also a big push for diversity in upper management which is exciting.
What does your company do to attract applicants from less privileged backgrounds?
Getting rid of university degrees as a requirement in the hiring process. Hiring non-traditional education backgrounds.
applications are open to anyone
Its on the news; PwC is part of a upskilling programme to provide internship opportunities to less privileged individuals (including war veterans).
This company ensures that there is a strong presence amongst its management who are of different backgrounds.
Outreach to areas and offer internships and support for them.
The company is committed to ensuring that it does not discriminate against those from less privileged backgrounds.
While this has been mentioned there is no advertised targeted programme for individuals from less privileged backgrounds to my knowledge.
PwC does: Indigenous consulting mentoring for schools in low socio economic backgrounds pro bono work for charities
I know that career advertising has been increased heavily to Western Sydney University to attract those candidates.