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  • PwC UK are proud Sponsors of London Tech Week 2022, the UK's flagship tech event, taking place in London on 13 - 17 June. Our very own Ben Higgin, Head of Technology and Investments will join a conversation as part of a panel of tech leaders to talk about 'Individualising the Employee Experience'. Join him on 15 June at 2:00pm to find out if 2022 is the year of the employee. Register here.
  • On the 1 June, PwC UK will see the return of summer working hours. This means colleagues can work their contractual hours over a shorter window to benefit from additional time off at the end of the working week. Colleagues will also have the chance to work internationally, bringing greater flexibility in how and where people work. Learn more about how PwC are embracing new ways of working here
  • On World Environment Day, we've become a signatory of The Carbon Call, a collective action group of leading organisations committed to developing more comprehensive and integrated emissions reporting. Emma Cox, our Global Head of Climate, says: "PwC is proud to be part of this initiative as we work to… accelerate action on climate change.” 
  • We’re thrilled to be placed #4 in the #LinkedInTopCompanies top 25 best places to work in the UK for 2022.
  • Our Scavenger Hunt is back. Using Web-based Augmented Reality (webAR) on your phone, find us on campus and play to win. The spring scavenger hunt will run from 24 January - 18 February 2022. 


  • Have you graduated from university and are exploring your career options in Northern Ireland? We're welcoming students from any discipline, as long as you’ve attained at least a 2:2 in your degree. Apply here

  • This year, we’re back on campus. Our Scavenger Hunt has gone live today on campuses across the UK and will be live until Friday 12 November. 

  • We want all of our people to feel empowered to be the best that they can be, which is why we have ‘The Deal’. Find out more about our firmwide Employee Value Proposition.

  • We’re opening a £40m Advanced Research and Engineering Centre in Belfast, part funded by Invest NI. We’re creating a team of engineers and technologists who’ll work within a bigger innovation ecosystem, including government, University academia and business, to help our clients take giant leaps, rather than incremental steps. Find out more.

  • Sign up to our Talent Network to be the first to hear when we open applications for our Flying Start programmes in Accounting, Business Management and Technology in September. You can visit our Flying Start webpages for more information on each programme, including the launch of our new university locations our new financial bursary. You can also read the stories of our people who have completed the programme themsleves from all areas and levels of the business.

  • Our Women in Tech programme doubled the amount of women in our Technology workforce in the first five years.

  • In the December’s Institute of Student Employers Awards we were absolutely delighted to win both Best Apprentice Development Programme, for our Technology Degree Apprenticeship, and the Best School Leaver/Apprenticeship Strategy.

  • This year, we surpassed our 2022 target of a 40% reduction in total carbon emissions, two years early even before the impact of the pandemic, which led to a 60% total drop. Read more.

  • In March our 22,000 people began working remotely overnight, testing our IT infrastructure like never before. In the first 100 days of lockdown we clocked up over a million video conference meetings. And as our people turned kitchen tables, spare rooms or sofas into their workplace, our determination to do whatever was necessary to deliver for our clients shone through. Read more.

  • At the start of the Covid-19 pandemic we established a number of pop-up supermarkets on hospital sites so that key workers could buy food on their way to/from work. One of the ways was to develop an app for workers to be able to order what they need. They could then pick up a box of food from the hospital site to take home and feed their families for the next few days. Read more

  • Our Audit practice are the winners the Contribution to Gender Diversity Award
  • Timewise Power List
    Avni Mashru was one of 25 game-changing business leaders who have ALL been hired or promoted into top jobs – on their own part-time terms.
    Avni is part of PwC’s Technical Accounting team, and has over 15 years’ experience in supporting the firm’s UK Audit practice as well as clients with complex and high-profile issues. She was motivated to work part-time to create more space for her personal interests, believing it would positively impact her mental health and work performance; she is an active role model for the concept that flexible working is not just for parents. 
  • Working Mums award win
    We recently won the 'Best for Flexible Working Award' at the Working Mums Top Employer Awards, recognising the impact of our flexible culture on responding quickly to the challenges created by the pandemic.
  • Our Technology Degree Apprentices; Lauren Alie and Isra Jewaid were both finalists in this year’s Digital and Technology Apprentice awards and Humaid Motala also achieved Highly Commended in Best New Apprentice in the Management Consultancies Association (MCA) Awards.