Create a career that matters, where your uniqueness and innovation is valued. Be part of something special, as a member of a highly engaged team, we ask you to live our values in all that you do and share knowledge and insights to help make a difference to our people, clients and communities.
We have high expectations and trust you to be agile and curious, and to work hard to support our teams and meet the changing needs of our business. You will be inspired to deliver exceptional value and share our commitment to high quality in everything we do.
We want all of our people to feel empowered to be the best that they can be. Which is why we have ‘The Deal’ - our firmwide Employee Value Proposition. It clearly articulates what a career with PwC really looks and feels like and sets out what you can expect from your experience at the firm, and what you’ll contribute in return, supporting you both professionally and personally.
The Deal recognises that the world of work has changed and that we all have a unique set of skills, circumstances and priorities. It’s built on two-way flexibility and trust, giving our people more freedom to work in a way that works better for them, but also meets the needs of their teams, the wider firm and our clients.
The Deal | Empowered flexibility
We aspire to remain constantly agile with how we work, and core to our Deal framework is our move towards ‘Empowered Flexibility.’ Whilst we’ve long promoted flexible working, Empowered Flexibility reflects how we are working in the new world of work and as part of this we’ve:
Introduced the Empowered working day
This means our people can decide their most effective working pattern, and the times they work on any given day. It's our commitment to empowering our people to work in a way that works best for them, their teams and their clients, as part of a hybrid working approach allowing wellbeing routines such as physical movement and rest and recovery practices to be built in too.
Provided more clarity on where we work
With the expectation that at least 40-60% of time will be spent co-located with colleagues in an office or on a client site, although there will be exceptions. This is based on feedback and recognises the importance of time spent together to learn, collaborate and socialise.
Introduced Summer Working Hours
Introduced summer working hours as a trial, giving our people the opportunity to condense working hours in the week and finish at lunchtime on a Friday - or the last working day if you're part time.
Introduced International Remote Working
Introduced the opportunity to work internationally for a short period of time each year for reasons such as holidays, visiting friends and family, or perhaps in case of a family emergency. This is subject to meeting the firm's eligibility criteria and approval process, conditions such as having an appropriate right to work for the destination country, as well as passing necessary risk assessments.
Launching flexible public holidays
All our people now have the opportunity to flex two public holidays a year, for personal reasons. All requests must meet business needs and be approved locally.
"As we build an environment where we all truly feel empowered to manage our time and our commitments, both professional and personal, it’s crucial that we foster trust, inclusivity and fairness as the key building blocks to shaping the ever changing world of work."