PwC Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what PwC employees think about diversity and inclusion at the company, and if their workforce is comprised and supportive of individuals of varying gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, religion and other attributes.

PwC has a diversity rating of 4.1.

All answers shown come directly from PwC Reviews and are not edited or altered.

Does there seem to be diversity at PwC?

513 English reviews out of 513

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23 August 2020

Pros

Good benefits, good working culture, digital, diversity and inclusion.

Cons

Heavy work load, No clear direction from leadership, no innovation.

Good benefits, good working culture, digital, diversity and inclusion.

23 August 2020

Reviewed by: PwC Senior Manager in Orlando, FL (Current Employee)

25 February 2021

Pros

The working culture, diversity and environment is amazing

Cons

Compensation and benefits can be better

The working culture, diversity and environment is amazing

25 February 2021

Reviewed by: Manager (Current Employee)

11 January 2019

Pros

Collaboration, global opportunities, great culture, lives their values, diverse opportunities, true focus on diversity and inclusion.

Cons

High performance culture that isn’t for everyone. People who aren’t good with change may not always love it, as it is very dynamic.

Advice to Management

Keep showing care to your people.

Collaboration, global opportunities, great culture, lives their values, diverse opportunities, true focus on diversity and inclusion.

11 January 2019

Reviewed by: Director in Toronto, ON (Current Employee)

23 October 2020

Pros

Perks (phone, gamification cash benefits), people generally good to work with, company seems to care about diversity and inclusion at a macro level, opportunities to work with a range of clients across different subject matter

Cons

No work life balance if you want to excel, often a lot of travel, higher up partners and staff not always on same page re diversity and inclusion / not held accountable to be, salary too low for the time/effort required

Advice to Management

Leadership should be held accountable to diversity and inclusion efforts and for inappropriate behavior towards staff

No work life balance if you want to excel, often a lot of travel, higher up partners and staff not always on same page re diversity and inclusion / not held accountable to be, salary too low for the time/effort required

23 October 2020

Reviewed by: Technology Consultant in New York, NY (Current Employee)

22 January 2021

Pros

Colleagues are some of the brightest people in the country, partnership is well run at an exec level, diversity and inclusion are genuine priorities and individuals mental health and work/life balance take precedence over any given project or deadline. All making PwC a fantastic place to start a professional career

Cons

underpaid if you progress through the firm and are on entry level pay at each grade.

Advice to Management

Reward people who progress through the firm fairly, or recruit external hires on the same pay, paying new joiners 50% more than people who progress the firm for the same only highlights how they’re not paid the market rate and builds resentment

Colleagues are some of the brightest people in the country, partnership is well run at an exec level, diversity and inclusion are genuine priorities and individuals mental health and work/life balance take precedence over any given project or deadline.

22 January 2021

Reviewed by: Consultant (Current Employee)

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