We’re committed to building a culture that empowers all of our people to thrive and feel a sense of belonging at PwC
We know that when people from diverse backgrounds and with different points of view work together, we create the most value – for our clients, our people and our society. To solve important problems we need to be inclusive of our diverse talent and empower our people to use their creativity, authenticity and human differences to be the champions of change.
Everyday Inclusion is the things we do, the way we behave and how we interact with each other on a daily basis that supports our culture and behaviours to be a truly inclusive environment. We recognise that our people are our biggest strength and creating an inclusive workplace where everyone feels comfortable bringing their whole self to work is integral to who we are and how we operate. We can only produce our best and highest quality work when we build a workforce made up of talented people with a breadth of experiences, who can bring innovation and fresh perspectives and feel empowered to celebrate their differences within a safe and respectful environment.
We know networking contributes to personal and professional fulfilment and success. That's why we have eleven inclusion networks. Each network has specific objectives tailored to its membership. But all of them share the aim of providing a sense of community, inspiring and supporting diverse talent and raising awareness of diversity within our firm and to create a genuinely inclusive culture.
As well as a breadth of national networks, we also have lots of more informal initiatives to help you get involved with our community. You’ll be able to find out more about where you could make a real difference when you join us.
Achieving a culture of inclusion requires inclusive leaders, who get the best out of all their people, helping their organisations to succeed in today’s complex national and global environments. With their ability to be self-aware and open-minded, they proactively create a culture in which difference is valued. Our five point action plan sets out the steps we’re taking to promote diversity and inclusion across the firm and the areas we’re focusing on for the greatest impact.
ColourBrave is an integral part of our firmwide inclusion strategy and was launched in 2018 in response to feedback from our ethnic minority colleagues. It’s our campaign to encourage conversations about race and culture at PwC. Being ColourBrave is all about being respectfully curious about the experiences of others, and being bold and brave enough to step forward and have those conversations to support our awareness and understanding. Our network of ColourBrave advocates and champions play an important role in creating an inclusive workplace, where everyone feels valued and respected. It is one of the actions we are taking to support racial equality at PwC.
Other actions we are taking to support our Black and ethnic minority colleagues include:
In an ever-changing and agile world, we understand the importance of empowering you to be able to work in a way that works for our clients, our teams and you personally. We want to embed a culture and set of values that support different ways of working to make sure we’re staying relevant in the workforce of tomorrow - which is why we’ve introduced Everyday Flexibility.
Everyday Flexibility enables us to deliver our best work whilst maintaining a balance between our professional and personal lives. Everyday Flexibility demonstrates our support for informal, day-to-day flexible working. It’s the freedom to choose how, when, and where you work, in a way that suits your day and your priorities.
Dress for your day
To support our flexible work environment we’ve evolved our dress code policy to "dress for your day". This policy reflects the trust we have in our employees to decide what they think is appropriate given their daily responsibilities.