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When you join PwC we’ll match your dedication and commitment with our own. We will provide a supportive environment and provide you with an environment in which you can further develop your skills and focus on your professional career development. All you need to do is bring commitment and dedication to start down the road to career ownership and success.
Corporate culture is derived from the people that create it. Our people are at the heart of our business strategy and success. We focus on equal employment opportunity, diversity and inclusion in our recruitment process, making sure we attract candidates from all backgrounds, traditional and non-traditional. We provide our people with a variety of tools—enriching professional experiences, daily coaching, productive feedback—to help them make their professional lives productive and enjoyable.
- Professional development
- Work/Life quality and flexibility
- Commitment to our communities
- Support for working parents
At PwC, we're committed to ongoing skills development so that our people deliver added value and quality to our clients; it's how we strengthen our brand in the marketplace. Our recognition with Brandon Hall Group Excellence Awards and our induction into Training magazine's Top 10 Hall of Fame show our commitment to ongoing development.
PwC employees receive world-class learning opportunities through a system called “Learning at PwC,” where they have instant access to an in-depth catalogue of learning programs and specialized courses, some of which can be taken virtually, anytime, anywhere.
Our diversity initiatives and strategies are designed to attract, develop, and advance the most talented individuals regardless of their race, sexual orientation, religion, age, gender, disability status or any other dimension of diversity. Our distinctive approach to diversity is based on a belief that we each have a personal accountability for success in this area. We provide our people with training and tools to help increase their awareness and understanding of differences and why they matter, so their actions can contribute to our inclusive and high-performing workplace culture.